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KANSAS CASUALTIES 

WORLD WAR 



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KANSAS CASUALTIES 



IN THE 



WORLD WAR 



1917-1919 




Regular Army 
National Guard 
National Army 
Enlisted Reserve Corps 



Compiled Under Supervision of the 
Adjutant General of Kansas 



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DOCUMENT.- V iSION 



WHAT THEY GAVE US. 



I realize, of course, that no words are adequate to bring com- 
fort to you when you contemplate the name of your loved one 
upon this honor roll. You have made a greater contribution to 
your country's service than most of your fellow citizens, be- 
cause of your loved one was demanded the supreme sacrifice 
and to you is left only the incomparable memory. 

But what a rich sacrifice it was and what a sacred memory 
it leaves. I do not think of these boys as dead. To me they 
will always be alive, because the service they rendered gave a 
new and living hope to the world of the Better Day for which 
these men made their supreme gift. 

I am inspired when I contemplate the eager courage with 
which they went forth to lay their lives upon the altar of the 
cause which their country had adopted as its own. I believe 
that their supreme gift will live through the ages. No nation 
may receive the rich sacrifices of human life which have been 
given to us by these boys and not be better and stronger as the 
result of these pure gifts. The world could not have won its 
cause except for the contribution which America made, and 
America could not have won without these lives, whose memory 
we hallow. 

May God make us worthy as a nation of what they gave to 

us, and may He impart to us the courage, the unselfish fidelity 
and the patriotic devotion which led them unafraid into the 
land of those immortals who have given themselves as willing 
sacrifices to the cause of human advancement. 




Governor's Office, 
ToPEKA, Kansas, 
Jtaly 20, 1920. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The following list of Kansas casualties is compiled from rec- 
ords furnished the state of Kansas by the War Department 
under provisions of the act of Congress approved July 11, 
1919. In certain cases incomplete information has been fur- 
nished, and in others, owing to present inaccessibility of the 
records, no records of deceased soldiers have been prepared. 
It is believed, however, that the state will eventually receive 
from the War Department a complete list of casualties, and 
records of deceased soldiers not included in the present publi- 
cation will be compiled and published as a supplement to the 

present list. C. I. MARTIN, 

The Adjutant General. 
Adjutant General's Office, 
ToPEKA, Kansas, 
July 20, 1920. 

(5) 



Adjutant General's Department. 

KANSAS CASUALTIES. 
GROUPED BY CAUSES AND CLASS OF THE SERVICE. 





National 
army. 


National 
Guard. 


Regular 
army. 


EnUsted 
reserve 
corps. 


Regular 

army 

officers. 


Emer- 
gency 
officers. 


Total. 


Killed in action 


272 
105 
816 

22 
9 

50 


181 
66 
96 
9 
3 
23 


49 
19 
112 
15 
12 
10 


2 


3 

1 
5 


29 
17 
29 
10 
3 


536 


Died of wounds 


208 


Died of disease . . 


7 

1 


1 065 


Accidents 


57 


Other causes 


1 


28 


Unknown 




83 












Total 


1,274 


378 


217 


10 


10 


88 


1.977 



Inducted for service in national army 45,626 

Volunteered in National Guard 9,766 

Commissioned officers and volunteers enlisted in regular army and reserve 13,659 

Total number of Kansans who served in the army (not including marines) 69,051 



BATTLE DEATHS, BY STATES. 

PREPARED BY STATISTICS BRANCH, GENERAL STAFF, WAR DEPARTMENT. 

The table below includes all killed in action and died of wounds in 
Europe. Marines attached to the army are not included. Figures for 
number who served are for all troops furnished the army regardless of 
whether or not they served overseas. 



States. 


Number 

who 
served. 


Battle 
deaths. 


Deaths 
per 
1,000 
who 

sen'ed. 


States. 


Number 

who 
served. 


Battle 
deaths. 


Deaths 
per 
1,000 
who 

served. 


Montana 


39,511 

324,299 

28,090 

54,508 

400,475 

10,166 

15,648 

106,917 

144,366 

114,534 

20,702 

26,402 

49,157 

18,355 

147,495 

51,225 

218,049 

79,538 

60,722 

79,475 

107,902 

87,276 

82,547 

69,051 

12,403 

139,940 

107,538 

52,042 


681 

5,517 

474 

908 

6.621 

166 

241 

1,645 

1,988 

1,554 

275 

342 

624 

230 

1,846 

625 

2,622 

955 

714 

922 

1,245 

993 

630 

771 

137 

1,537 

1,168 

546 


17.2 
17.0 
16.9 
16.7 
16.5 
16.3 
15.4 
15 4 
13.8 
13.6 
13 3 
13.0 
12.7 
12 5 
12.5 
12.2 
12.0 
12.0 
11 8 
11.6 
11.5 
11.4 
11.3 
11.2 
11.1 
11.0 
10.9 
10.5 




13,542 

81,695 

18,900 

273,331 

122,489 

32,786 

175,344 

32,318 

81,298 

11,422 

5,558 

58,224 

116,030 

37,442 

66,437 

17,342 

93,086 

59,108 

71,838 

8,147 

36.286 

278 

2.288 

6.144 

18.044 

3,065 


142 

855 

183 

2,605 

1,157 

307 

1,620 

288 

722 

97 

47 

460 

915 

276 

404 

103 

501 

288 

325 

34 

117 

1 

2 

2 



221 


10 5 


Pennsylvania. . 




10.5 


North Dakota 


Utah 


9.7 


Connecticut . . . 




9.5 


New York 




9.5 


Vermont . . 




9.4 


New Hampshire. 


Texas 


9.2 


Wisconsin 


South Dakota 


8.9 


Massachfsetts. 


8.9 


New Jersey 




8.5 


Idaho. . . . 




8.5 


Maine. . 


South Carolina 


7.9 


Washington 


7.9 


Rhode Island . 




7.4 


Michigan 




6.1 


Maryland 


District of Columbia. . 


5.9 


Ohio . . . 


5.4 


Virginia 




4.9 






4.5 






4.2 




Florida 


3.2 


Oklahoma 


Philippine Islands. . . . 
Alaska 


3.6 


Tennessee 


.9 


Kansas 


Hawaii 

Porto Rico 


.3 




.0 






.0 


Iowa 

Nebraska 


Totals 




4,090,735 


47,949 


11 7 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 



BATTLE DEATHS, BY DIVISIONS. 

(From a Statistical Summary of the War -with Germany, by Leonard P. Ayres, colonel, 
general staff, chief of the statistics branch of the general staff, U. S. army.) 

Regular Army Divisions. 

First 4,204 

Second 4.419 

Third 3,102 

Fourth 2,587 

Fifth 1,908 

Sixth 97 

Seventh 302 



Total 16,619 



National Guard Divisions. 

Twenty-sixth 2,168 

Twenty-seventh 1,791 

rwenty-eighth 2,531 

Twenty-ninth 940 

Thirtieth 1,652 

Thirty-second 2,898 

Thirty-fifth 960 

Thirty-sixth 591 

Thirty-seventh 992 

Fortv-second 2,713 

Ninety-third* 574 



Total 17,830 



National Army Divisions. 

Seventy-seventh 1,990 

Seventy-eighth 1,359 

Seventv-ninth 1,396 

Eightieth 1,141 

Eighty-first 250 

Eighty-second 1,338 

Eighty-eighth 27 

Eighty-ninth 1,419 

Ninetieth 1,387 

Ninety-first 1,390 

Ninety-second 185 



Total 11,882 



REPORT ON CASUALTIES AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. 

Kansas contributed largely to the Thirty-fifth and Forty-second 
(National Guard) divisions and to the Eighty-ninth (national army) 
division. Casualty reports of these divisions follow: 

Thirty-fifth Division, by Organizations. 





In action. 


Of wounds. 


Of disease. 


( 

Other causes. 


Total dexths. 




i 


I' 

S. 
i 


1 


g, 

1 

i 
a 







3 
§ 


i 


3 

1 
B 



33 

i 


ST. 

i 






1 






1 


1 






1 


2 
















137 Infantry 




156 
173 


4 

6 


53 

65 




34 
45 

1 

59 
35 

7 

H 
4 
10 




33 
16 


4 

14 


276 


138 Infantry 


8 


299 




1 


139 Infantry , 


9 
6 


152 
185 
8 
21 
16 
20 


"■3' 
I 

2 


51 
54 
1 
5 
6 
4 


""r 

1 


I 

1 


51 
59 
1 
3 
6 
4 


10 
10 
1 
4 
1 
2 


313 


140 Infantry 


333 


128 M. G. Bn 


17 


129 M. G Bn 


2 


40 


130 M. G. Bn 


32 




1 


38 


110 Engr. Train 




110 F. S. Bn 




2 






I 


3 

1 
4 
2 






1 




110 Supply Train 






2 


3 


1 10 San. Train 








2 




6 


110 Tr. Hq. & M. P. . . 




2 

1 
9 
10 

2 






1 




5 


60 Art. Brigade 










1 


128 F. .Artillery 




2 


4 
10 

7 
1 
1 




12 

22 
14 








25 


129 F. Artillery 










42 


130 F. Artillery 






1 
1 
2 


2 


24 


110 T. M. Battery 







110 Amm. Train 




1 






12 




16 








Total 


26 


759 


18 


264 


4 


277 


2 


180 


50 


1,480 



* "Incomplete division brigaded with the French from the time of its arrival in France 
in the spring of 1918 until the signing of the armistice. Its service in the line was 
fully as long as that of any of the so-called combat divisions. This is indicated by a 
comparison of its casualties with those in the other divisions. The division was made up 
of colored soldiers from National Guard units of various states." 



Adjutant General's Department. 

Forty-second Division, by Organizations. 



• 


In action. 


Of wounds. 


Of disease. 


Other causes. 


Total deaths. 




1 


i 

a 


i 


M 

B. 

1 
i 

3 


3 


f 

a. 

B 

a 


S 


s. 

i 


O 
B 

i 


M 
E. 
5- 






1 






1 


1 

2 

55 

59 






1 


•) 


83 Infantry Brigade 












2 


165 Infantry .... 


15 

7 


483 
233 


4 
3 


201 
147 


1 

1 


""l 


59 
15 


20 
12 


798 


166 Infantry 

84 Infantry Brigade 


454 




16 

14 

1 


455 

439 

9 

53 

47 

23 

1 

5 


8 
11 






148 
165 
6 
16 
12 
10 


2 


49 

59 

3 

11 

7 
15 
2 
8 
8 
12 
2 

2^ 
32 
20 


1 
2 


33 
15 
1 
5 
6 
4 


27 
27 

1 


685 


168 Infantry 


678 


149 M. G. Bn 


19 


150 M. G. Bn 


85 


151 M. G. Bn 




(2 




2 


52 




3 


117 F. S. Bn 






3 






1 




17 


117 Supply Train 




8 






4 
2 




1 






7 
2 




24 


117 Tr. Hq. & M. P 




6 


67 Art. BriK;»(ie 










1 


149 V. Artillen- 


2 


16 
18 
8 
4 
10 


'"'l' 

1 


4 
13 
13 
2 
6 


2 
...... 




3 
4 
4 


4 
1 
3 


46 


150 F. Artillery 


67 


151 F. Artillery 


1 


45 


117 T. M. Battery 


6 


1 17 Amm. Train 






6 








22 














Total 


58 


1,811 


28 


747 


8 


375 


4 


159 


98 


3,092 



Eighty -ninth Division, by Organizations. 





In action. 


Of wounds. 


Of disease. 


Other causes. 


Total deaths. 




t 


W 

1 

i 


o 
m 

3 


1 

a 

3 


o 
i 


ts 
a, 

a. 
3 

3 


C 

m 


E. 

a. 

3 


f 

"I 


1 

i 














1 
1 

31 
45 








1 






1 
228 
211 














2 


353 Infantry 


7 
6 


4 
3 


116 
94 


' r 


" r 


8 
7 


11 
11 


383 


354 Infantry 


357 






355 Infantry 


12 

7 


170 
172 

5 
31 
16 
16 

2 

4 
11 

5 


2 
1 
1 

...... 

2 


136 
67 
5 
15 
15 
18 


1 
1 


55 
51 

3 

4 
5 
10 

1 
6 
8 

7 


1 
1 


io 

15 


16 
10 

1 
1 
1 
4 


371 


356 Infantry 


305 


340 M. G. Bn 


13 


341 M. G. Bn 




1 


2 
2 


52 


342 M.G. Bn 




38 




2 


44 


314 Engr. Trwn ... 






3 


314 F. S. Bn 




1 


4 
4 
3 
1 
1 
3 
8 


1 

'""i 
...... 




1 


2 


15 


314 San. Train 




23 


314 Tr. Hq. & M. P 










15 


164 Art. Brigade 








1 

1 


1 


340 F. Artillery 


1 


11 
1 

1 




6 
16 
9 

1 
7 
2 






18 


341 F. Artillery 






20 


342 F. Artillery. . . 








1 


18 


314 T. M. Battery 








1 


314 Amm. Train 




1 
4 




2 
1 






i 

2 




11 


314 Supply Train 




9 








Total 


35 


890 


15 


493 


6 


269 


4 


48 


60 


1,700 



Kansas Casualties in the World Wai: 



KANSAS CASUALTIES. 

Grouped by Towns Shown as Being Residence of Deceased Soldiers. 

The following towns, listed in War Department records as being the 
residence of deceased soldiers, are not listed in postal guide : 

No. of casualties, 

Amsterdam 1 

Chicopee (discontinued postoffice) 1 

Coalville 1 

Curranville 1 

Norris 1 



A'o. of casualties. 

Newkirk 1 

Newport 1 

Northville 1 

Quindaro 1 



In thirteen cases no residence is given in records furnished this de- 
partment. 



Town. 



No. of 
casualties. 



Abilene 20 

Achilles 1 

Ackerland 1 

Ada 2 

Adams 1 

Admire 1 

Agenda 1 

Alamota 1 

Alden 1 

Alexander 3 

Allen 2 

Allison 1 

Alma 3 

Almena 2 

Altamont 2 

Alta Vista 1 

Altoona 2 

Alton 1 

Americus 2 

Amy 1 

Anthony 4 

Arcadia 4 

Argonia 2 

Arkansas City 6 

Arlington 2 

Arma 1 

Arrington 1 

Asherville 2 

Ashland 1 

Assaria 1 

Atchison 15 

Athol 1 

Atlanta 2 

Attica 2 

Atwood 4 

Augusta 13 

Aulne 1 

Aurora 1 

Axtell 2 

Baker 1 

Baldwin City 1 

Barclay 1 

Barnard 4 



Town. 



No. of 
casualties. 



Barnes 1 

Bartlett 2 

Basehor 1 

Baxter Springs 6 

Bazaar 1 

Beardsley 1 

Beattie 1 

Bellaire 1 

Belle Plaine 2 

Belleville 13 

Beloit 12 

Belpre 4 

Bennington 1 

Bentley 1 

Bern 1 

Beverly 1 

Bigelow 1 

Bird City 1 

Bison 2 

Black Wolf 1 

Blue Hill 1 

Blue Mound 3 

Blue Rapids 1 

Bluff City 1 

Bogue 1 

Boicourt 1 

Boling 1 

Bonner Springs 3 

Breezy Hill 1 

Bremen 2 

Bridgeport 1 

Bronson , 2 

Brookville 2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



B rough ton 
Brownell . 
Bucklin . . 
Bucyrus . 
Buffalo . . . 
Buffville .. 
Buhler . . . 
Bunkerhill 
Burden . . 
Burdick . . 



10 



Adjutant General's Department. 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Burlingame 3 

Burlington 13 

Burns 5 

Burr Oak 2 

Burrton 2 

Bushong 2 

Caldwell 3 

Calista 1 

Cambridge 1 

Caney 3 

Canton 3 

Carbondale 1 

Carlton 1 

Cassoday 1 

Catharine 1 

Cawker City 4 

Cedar Point 2 

Cedar Vale 6 

Centerview 1 

Centerville 2 

Centralia 3 

Chanute 15 

Chapman 2 

Cheney 5 

Cherokee 2 

Cherryvale 9 

Chetopa 2 

Cimarron 1 

Circleville 1 

Claflin 1 

Clay Center 4 

Clayton 2 

Cleburne 1 

Clements 2 

Cleveland 1 

Clifton 3 

Clinton 1 

Clyde ■. 3 

Coffeyville 13 

Colby 4 

Coldwater 2 

Columbus 4 

Colwich 1 

Concordia 7 

Corbin 1 

Corning 3 

Cottonwood' Falls 4 

Council Grove 5 

Courtland 2 

Covert 1 

Crestline 1 

Croweburg 3 

Cuba 3 

Cullison 2 

Cummings 2 

Cunningham 2 

Bearing 3 

Deerfield 2 

Delavan 1 

Dellvale 1 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Delphos 2 

Densmore 1 

Denton 1 

De Soto 2 

Devon 1 

Dexter 1 

Dighton 2 

Dillwyn 1 

Dodge City 8 

Doniphan 2 

Dorrance 1 

Douglass 3 

Downs 6 

Dresdon 2 

Drury 1 

Dunkirk 1 

Duquoin 2 

Dwight 1 

Earleton 1 

Easton 1 

Edgerton 1 

Edmond 2 

Effingham 1 

El Dorado 14 

Elgin 1 

Elk City 2 

Elkhart 5 

Ellinwood 3 

Ellis 4 

Ellsworth 3 

Elmo 1 

Elmont 1 

Elwood 1 

Ematon 1 

Eminence 1 

Emmett 1 

Emporia 20 

Englevale 1 

Englewood 2 

Enterprise 4 

Erie 6 

Esbon 1 

Eskridge 2 

Eudora 3 

Eureka 5 

Everest 1 

Fairview 1 

Farlington 1 

Floral 1 

Florence 2 

Flush 1 

Fontana 1 

Ford 3 

Formoso 1 

Fort Leavenworth 4 

Fort Scott 16 

Fowler 1 

Frankfort 4 

Franklin 1 

Fredonia 11 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 



11 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Frontenac 1 

Fulton 1 

Furley 1 

Galena 16 

Galesburg 2 

Galva 1 

Garden City 5 

Garden Plain 2 

Gardner 3 

Garfield 2 

Garnett 8 

Garrison 2 

Gas 1 

Gaylord 4 

Gem 2 

Geneseo 1 

Geuda Springs 2 

Girard 5 

Glade 1 

Glasco 2 

Glen Elder 5 

Goddard 1 

Goff 2 

Goodland 4 

Gordon 1 

Gorham 1 

Gove 2 

Grainfield 3 

Great Bend 20 

Greeley 3 

Greenleaf 6 

Greensburg 2 

Greenwich 1 

Grenola 2 

Gretna 1 

Gridley 2 

Grigsby 1 

Grinnell 1 

Gross 2 

Halstead 1 

Hammond 1 

Hanston 1 

Hardtner 1 

Harlan 1 

Harper 3 

Harris 1 

Hartford 2 

Havana 1 

Haven 2 

Havensville 2 

Haviland 1 

Hays 4 

Hazelton 1 

Hepler 1 

Herington 5 

Herndon 1 

Hiattville 2 

Hiawatha 2 

Highland 1 

Hill City 6 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Hilltop 1 

Hollenberg 1 

Holton 10 

Holyrood ., 2 

Home 1 

Homewood 1 

Hooser 1 

Horton 11 

Howard 7 

Hoxie 3 

Hoyt 1 

Hudson 2 

Hugoton 5 

Humboldt .' 4 

Hutchinson 32 

Independence 18 

Ingalls 1 

lola 13 

Ionia 1 

Irving 1 

Jamestown 3 

Jefferson 1 

Jennings 1 

Jetmore 5 

Jewell 7 

Johnson 2 

Junction City 15 

Kanopolis 3 

Kanorado 2 

Kansas City 68 

Keighley 1 

Kensington 1 

Kingman 10 

Kingsdown 2 

Kinsley 2 

Kiowa 2 

Kismet 2 

La Crosse 2 

Lafontaine 1 

La Harpe 4 

Lakin 1 

Langdon 1 

Langley 1 

Larned 5 

Latimer 1 

Lawrence 30 

Leavenworth 31 

Lebanon 6 

Lebo 2 

Lecompton 1 

Lehigh 1 

Lenexa 1 

Leon 3 

Leonardville 1 

Le Roy 2 

Lewis 2 

Liberal 10 

Lillis 1 

Lincoln 3 

Lincolnville 1 



12 



Adjutant General's Department. 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Linsborg 1 

Lindsey 1 

Linn 2 

Linwood 3 

Little River 1 

Logan 3 

Long Island 2 

Longton 3 

Loring 1 

Lorraine 1 

Lewisburg 3 

Lewisville 1 

Lucas 3 

Lucerne 1 

Luray 2 

Lyndon 10 

Lyons 8 

McCracken 1 

McDonald 3 

McFarland 1 

McLouth 1 

McPherson 15 

Macksville 3 

Madison 4 

Manchester 3 

Manhattan 13 

Mankato 7 

Maplehill 3 

Mapleton 3 

Marion 3 

Marquette 1 

Marysville 7 

Mayetta 2 

Meade 3 

Medicine Lodge 5 

Menlo 2 

Meriden 2 

Merriam 5 

Milan 1 

Mildred 2 

Milford 1 

Miller 1 

Milo 1 

Miltonvale 2 

Minneapolis 7 

Minneola 1 

Moline 2 

Monrovia 1 

Montana 1 

Mont Ida 1 

Montrose 1 

Moran 4 

Morland 2 

Morrill 1 

Morrowville 1 

Mound City 4 

Moundridge 2 

Mount Hope 1 

Mulberry 4 

MuUinville 1 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Mulvane 2 

Muncie 1 

Muscotah 6 

Nashville 2 

Natoma 3 

Neal 1 

Neodesha 11 

Neosho Falls 3 

Ness City 4 

New Cambria 2 

Newton 17 

New Ulysses 3 

Nickerson 1 

Niotaze 2 

Norcatur 4 

Northbranch 1 

Norton 4 

Nortonville 4 

Oakland 1 

Oakley 3 

Oberlin 4 

Ogallah 2 

Ogden 1 

Oil Hill 1 

Oketo 1 

Olathe 2 

Olmitz 1 

Olsburg 2 

Onaera 3 

Oneida 2 

Opolis > 1 

Orion 1 

Osage City 7 

Osawatomie 7 

Osborne 2 

Oskaloosa 11 

Oswego 10 

Ottawa 13 

Overbrook 1 

Overland Park 1 

Oxford 2 

Ozawkie 1 

Palco 1 

Palmer 1 

Paola 14 

Paradise 2 

Parker 3 

Parsons 11 

Paxico 1 

Peabody 5 

Peck 1 

Penokee 1 

Perry 2 

Peru 1 

Pfeifer 1 

Phillipsburg 4 

Piedmont 1 

Piper 1 

Piqua 1 

Pittsburg 31 



Kaiisas Casualties in the World War. 



13 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Plains 1 

Plainville 1 

Pleasanton 1 

Plymouth J. 

Pollard 1 

Pomona 1 

Powhattan 1 

Prairie View 4 

Pratt 8 

Preston 2 

Protection 3 

Quenemo 1 

Quinter 2 

Radley 1 

Randall 3 

Rantoul 5 

Redfield 2 

Redwing 1 

Republic 3 

Reserve 2 

Richland 3 

Richmond 2 

Riley 1 

Robinson 1 

Rock 1 

Rock Creek 1 

Rolla ■. 1 

Roper 1 

Rosalia 2 

Rose 1 

Rosedale 4 

Roseland 1 

Rossville 3 

Ruleton 1 

Rush Center 1 

Russell 10 

Russell Springs 1 

Sabetha 4 

St. Francis 4 

St. John 5 

St, Marys 4 

St. Paul 1 

Salina 20 

Saxman 1 

Scammon 3 

Scandia 1 

Scott City 2 

Scottsville 2 

Scranton 3 

Sedan 5 

Selden 3 

Selma 1 

Seneca 8 

Severance 1 

Severy 1 

Seward 3 

Shady Bend 1 

Sharon 1 

Shields 1 

Sitka 1 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Skiddy 1 

Smith Center 11 

Smolan 1 

Soldier 5 

Solomon 1 

Somerset 1 

South Haven 1 

Sparks 1 

Spearville 1 

Stafford 5 

Stanley 1 

Stark 1 

Sterling 7 

Stockton 4 

Strawn i 

Studley 3 

Summerfield 3 

Sylvan Grove 1 

Syracuse 4 

Talmadge 1 

Tampa 2 

Tecumseh 3 

Tipton 1 

Tonganoxie 5 

Topeka 58 

Towanda 1 

Trego 1 

Troy 4 

Turner 1 

Urbana 1 

Valley Center 1 

Valley Falls 3 

Vesper 1 

Victor 1 

Virgil 1 

Vliets -. . 1 

Wakarusa 3 

Wa Keeney 6 

Wakefield 3 

Waldo 1 

Walnut 1 

Wamego 6 

Washington 7 

Waterville 2 

Wathena 3 

Waverly 3 

Wayne 1 

Weir 5 

Welda 1 

Wellington 4 

Wellsville 3 

Weskan 1 

West Mineral 1 

Westmoreland 2 

Westphalia 2 

Wetmore 1 

White City 5 

White Cloud 1 

White Water 2 

Wichita 69 



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No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Wilder 1 

Willard 2 

Williamsburg 3 

Willis 1 

Wilson 2 

Winchester 2 

Windom 2 



No. of 
Town. casualties. 

Winfield 18 

Winona 2 

Woodston 1 

Yates Center 5 

Yoder 1 

Zenda 1 

Zenith 1 



LIST OF AUTHORIZED ABBREVIATIONS. 



A. 

Absent without leave AWOL 

Accident A 

Adjutant Adj 

Adjutant General AG 

Adjutant General's Department AGD 

Adjutant General's Office AGO 

Adjutant General's Resei've Corps AGRC 

Adjutant's Office ■ Adj 

Administrative Company Adm Co 

Administrative Section, General Staff Adm Sec GS 

Advance Animal Transport Depot Adv Anl Trans Dep 

Advance Guard Adv Gd 

Aero Construction Company Aer Co (Cons) 

Aero Squadron (construction) Aer Sq (Cons) 

Aero Squadron (repair) Aer Sq (Rep) 

Aero Squadron (supply) Aer Sq (Sup) 

Aide-de-camp ADC 

Air Park Air Pk 

Air Park Company Air Pk Co 

Air Service AS 

Air Service, Aircraft Production ASP 

Air Service, Mechanics Regiment AS Mech Regt 

Air Service, Military Aeronautics ASA 

Air Service, Reserve Corps ASRC 

Allotment Almt 

Allotted Alot 

Allowances Alws 

Ambulance Company Amb Co 

Ambulance Section Amb Sec 

Ambulance Service Park Amb Serv Pk 

Ambulance Service Section Amb Sen- Sec 

American Expeditionary Forces AEF 

American National Red Cross ARC 

American Red Cross Convalescent Home ARC Conv Home 

American Red Cross Hospital ARC Hosp 

Ammunition Am 

Ammunition Supply Company Am Sup Co 

Ammunition Train Am Tn 

Animal Transport Depot Anl Trans Dep 

Antiaircraft Artillery A-AA 

Antiaircraft Battery A-A Btry 

Antiaircraft Headquarters A-A Hq 

Antiaircraft Machine Gun Battalion A-A MG Bn 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 15 

Antiaircraft Machine Gun Company A- A MG Co 

Antiaircraft Sector A-A Seer 

Antiaircraft Service A-AS 

Appointed Aptd 

Appointment Apmt 

April Apr 

Army Army 

Army Air Service AAS 

Army Artillery AA 

Army Artillery, Brigade Headquarters AABHQ 

Army Artillery Headquarters AAHQ 

Army Artillery Park AA Pk 

Army Corps Army Corps 

Army Headquarters AHQ 

Army Inspection Park Army Insp Pk 

Army Mine Planter Service AMPS 

Army Nurse Corps ANC 

Army Observation Group A Obsn Gp 

Army Observation Wing A Obsn Wg 

Army Operations Division, General Staff AODGS 

Army Regulations AR 

Army Reserve Material Unit Army Res Mat U 

Army Service Corps ASC 

Army Tank Headquarters A Tank Hq 

Army Transport Service ATS 

Army War College AWC 

Article of War AW 

Artillery Arty 

Assigned Asgd 

Assignment Asgmt 

Assistant Asst 

Assistant Band Leader A Bnd Ldr 

Assistant Chauffeur A Cf r 

Assistant Chief of Staff A C of S 

Assistant Director of Railways AD Ry 

Assistant Engineer A Engr 

Assistant Packmaster A Pkmr 

Assistant Provost Marshal APM 

Assistant Veterinarian A Vet 

August Aug 

Automatic Arms Repair Detachment Aut Arms Rep Det 

B. 

Bakery Company Bkry Co 

Balloon Company Bin Co 

Balloon Group Bin Gp 

Balloon Wing Bin Wg 

Band Corporal Bnd Corp 

Band Leader Bnd Ldr 

Band Sergeant Bnd Sgt 

Barracks Bks 

Base Animal Transport Depot Base Anl Trans Dep 

Base Hospital Base Hosp 

Base Veterinary Hospital Base Vet Hosp 

Battalion Bn 

Battalion Adjutant Bn Adj 

Battalion Commander Bn Comdr 

Battalion Engineers, Camouflage Bn Engrs Cam 

Battalion Engineers, Mounted Bn Engrs Mtd 

Battalion Bngineers — Service Bn Engrs (Serv) 



16 Adjutant General's Department. 

Battalion Engineers — Flash & Sound Ranging . . Bn Engrs (F & SR) 

Battalion Sergeant Major Bn Sgt Maj 

Battalion Supply Sergeant Bn Sup Sgt 

Battery Btry 

Battery Commander Btry Comdr 

Battery Orders O 

Biplane Pursuit Group : Bip Purs Gp 

Biplane Pursuit Squadron Bip Purs Sq 

Biplane Pursuit Wing Bip Purs Wg 

Brigade Brig 

Brigade Adjutant Brig Adj 

Brigade Commander Brig Comdr 

Brigade Headquarters BHQ 

Brigadier General Brig Gen 

Bugler Bglr 

Bugler, first class Bglr Icl 

Bulletin Bui 

Bureau of War Risk Insurance BWRI 

Butchery Company Butch Co 

C. 

Camp Hospital Camp Hosp 

Camp Infirmary Camp Ifmy 

Camp Quartermaster Camp QM 

Canal Zone CZ 

Captain Capt 

Casemate Electrician Cm Elec 

Cavalry Cav 

Cavalry Brigade Cav Brig 

Cavalry Division Cav Div 

Cavalry Division Headquarters Cav Div Hq 

Cavalry Drill Regulations CDR 

Cavalry Reserve Corps Cav RC 

Central Department C Dept 

Central Officers' Training School COTS 

Changes C 

Changes Army Regulations CAR 

Chaplain Chap 

Character Char 

Chauffeur Cfr 

Chauffeur, first class Cfr Icl 

Chief Engineer Officer CEO 

Chief Loader Ch Load 

Chief Mechanic Ch Mec 

Chief Ordnance Officer COO 

Chief Planter Ch Plan 

Chief Quartermaster CQM 

Chief Signal Officer CSO 

Chief Surgeon C Surg 

Chief of Air Service C of AS 

Chief of Artillery C of A 

Chief of Cavalry C of Cav 

Chief of Coast Artillery C of CA 

Chief of Engineers C of E 

Chief of Infantry C of Inf 

Chief of Militia Bureau C of MB 

Chief of Motor Transport Corps C of MTC 

Chief of Ordnance C of Ord 

Chief of Staff C of S 

Chief of Tank Corps C of Tank Corps 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 17 

Circular Cir 

Clerk Clk 

Clothing Clo 

Clothing and Bath Unit Clo & Bth U 

Coast Artillery CA 

Coast Artillery Corps CAC 

Coast Artillery Drill Regulations CADR 

Coast Defenses C Def 

Colonel Col 

Color Sergeant Col Sgt 

Commanding General CG 

Commanding General, Service of Supply CG SOS 

Commanding Officer CO 

Commutation Com 

Company Co 

Company Commander Co Comdr 

Company Orders O 

Compilation of General Orders, Circulars and 

Bulletins, War Department, 1881-1915 C of 1881-1915 

Compilation of Orders, 1916 Supplement C of 1916 Sup 

Confined Conf 

Confinement Conf m 

Construction Company Cons Co 

Continued Contd 

Contract Surgeon Cont Surg 

Convalescent Camp Conv Camp 

Convalescent Depot Conv Dep 

Cook Ck 

Corporal Corp 

Corporal Bugler Corp Bglr 

Corps Air Service Corps AS 

Corps Artillery Park Corps Arty Pk 

Corps Mobile Veterinary Hospital Corps Mob Vet Hosp 

Corps of Engineers CE 

Corps of Intelligence Police CIP 

Coxswain , Coxn 

D. 

Day Bombardment Group Day Bomb Gp 

Day Bombardment Squadron Day Bomb Sq 

Day Bombardment Wing Day Bomb Wg 

December Dec 

Dental Corps DC 

Dental Reserve Corps DRC 

Department Dept 

Department Commander Dept Comdr 

Department Hospital Dept Hosp 

Depot Battalion Dep Bn 

Depot Quartermaster DQM 

Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff DAC of S 

Deputy Chief of Staff DC of S 

Detached Officers List DOL 

Detached Service DS 

Detachment Det 

Died of Disease D 

Died of Wounds DW 

Director of Finance D of Fin 

Director of Military Intelligence Division, Gen- 
eral Staff D of MID GS 

Director of Operations, General Staff D of O GS 

2 — World War — 4185 



18 



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Director of Purchase and Storaee n * tic 

Director of War Plans Division; aVn.;;! sVVi ' ' S ?! fe. 



Bisoharge: d7schrS '""°"' '=^""^' ''^« ' ' S-^'J^PD GS 

Discontinued Disch 

Dishonorably Discharged S?^"*^ 

Distinguished-service Cross So^''" ^^^^^ 

Distinguished-service Medal . no Vt 

District upM 

Division Dist 

Division Adjutant' '.'.[ S-^ a ,. 

Division Air Service . n?^ a o"^ 

Division Headquarters . . uun 

Division Judge Advocate , JS- t a 

Division Ordnance Officer . . n-^' nn 

Division Quartermaster *.".'.'.*.'.'.*.'.".*."" Div OM 

E. 

Eastern Department ... F D <- 

Electrician Sergeant, first class.' .' .' .' .■.■.■.■.■ Elec Sp-t 1.1 

Electrician Sergeant, second class Elec S?t 2p 

Embarkation Service .... ^^^i %^^ ^cl 

Emergency Officer .' .' ^"'^ ^^^^ 

Engineer p^ 

Engineer Department . .' i^"^^ r^ . 

Engineer Field Manual ...:::; S"f ^ ^f Jj^ 

Engineer Reserve Corps 5"f ^ l]^ ^ 

Engineer Train . S"^^ JC 

Engineers . Engr Tn 

Enlisted g"ps 

Enlisted Man ^^l 

Enlistment .... ^^, 

Enlisted Reserve 'c'or'ps ■..■.'.' pg'/T* 

Evacuation Ambulance Company p"^l a u ^ 

Evacuation Hospital . ^ ^^^"^ ^"^b Co 

Excellent ^^^<^ Hosp 

Executive Assistant,' Chief 'of' Staff .' .■.';;.■"■■ Ex AC of cj 

executive Division, General Staff ' " Ex Div G^ 

Expert Rifleman PP '^ ^^ 

Expiration Term of Service i^rpo 

Extra Duty .'.'.".■■.■.■■.'.■.'.■.■.■; ED 

F. 

February „ 

Federal Service ^f5 c 

Field Artillery If ^^"^ 

Field Artillery Drill Regulations! .'!.'." ! faDT? 

f!! L' ^^!i!''^ ^^--^ Corps : : : : : ^^gj 



FClk 

Field Laboratory" .' .' .' .' .' S J^°^P 

Field Orders .... Ei^^^^ 



Field Hospital p xj 

T?;^i-j T „ui..-x_ r Hosp 



Field Remount Squadron' .'.'.'.*.'.'.' F R«r« q 

Field Service Regulations ...::.: L^p "" ^^ 



Field 



Signal Battalion .'.*.'.*.*.'.' .' .' .* .* .* .' .* F 



PSR 



Field Signal Battalion, Motorized .' .' .' ! .* .* .' .* .' .' .* .' f SiS Bn Mtz 
F^lfr."\ .S-«-^i-' Mounted ! ; ! | g?! ij Mtd 

&HCo 



Fire Truck and Hose Company" ' ' .* ." .' .' .' .' .' .* ." .* .' .* FT 



Kansas Casualties m the World War. 19 

First-class Gunner Icl Gun 

First Lieutenant 1st Lt 

First Sergeant 1st Sgt 

Forfeit Forf 

Fort Ft 

Fraudulent Fraud 

Friday Fri 

From fr 

Furlough Fur 

G. 

General Gen 

General Court Martial GCM 

General Court Martial Order GCMO 

General Headquarters GHQ 

General Hospital Gen Hosp 

General Order GO 

General Repair Shop Gen Rep Sh 

General Service, Infantry GSI 

General Staff GS 

General Staff Corps GSC 

General Staff Officer No. 1 Gl 

General Staff Officer No. 2 G2 

General Staff Officer No. 3 G3 

General Staff Officer No. 4 G4 

General Staff Officer No. 5 G5 

Good • G 

Graves Registration Unit Gr Reg Unit 

Guard Gd 

Guard Cotjipany Gd Co 

Guard and Fire Company GF Co 

Gun Commander Gn Comdr 

Gun Pointer Gn Ptr 

H. 

Hawaiian Department H Dept 

Headquarters Company Hq Co 

Headquarters Troop Hq Tr 

Heavy Artillery Hv A 

Heavy Artillery Mobile Repair Shop Hv A Mob Rep Sh 

Heavy Field Artillery Hv FA 

Heavy Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop Hv Mob Ord Rep Sh 

Heavy Tank Battalion Hv Tank Bn 

Honorably Discharged Hon Disch 

Horse Artillery HA 

Horseshoer Hs 

Hospital Sergeant Hosp Sgt 

Hospital Ship Hosp Ship 

Hospital Train , Hosp Tn 

I. 

Inclosure Incl 

Inclusive Inc 

Indorsement Ind 

Inducted Inctd 

Infantry Inf 

Infantry Brigade Inf Brig 

Infantry Division Inf Div 

Infantry Drill Regulations IDR 

Infantry Replacement Inf Repl 



20 Adjutant GeneraVs Department. 

Infantry Reserve Corps Inf RC 

In Hands of Civil Authorities In Hands C Auth 

Inland Waterway Company Inl Wy Co 

Inspected and Condemned IC 

Inspector General IG 

Inspector General's Department IGD 

Inspector General's Reserve Corps IGRC 

Instrument Repair Unit Inst Rep Unit 

Interpreter Intpr 

J. 

January Jan 

Joined Jd 

Judge Advocate JA 

Judge Advocate General JAG 

Judge Advocate, General Courts-Martial JAGCM 

Judge Advocate General's Department JAGD 

Judge Advocate General's Reserve Corps JAGRC 

July Jul \ To be used only when 

June Jun ( date space is limited. 

Junior Military Aviator Jun Mil Av 

K. 

Kansas Ks 

Killed Kd 

Killed in action KA 

L. 

Laboratory Unit Laby Unit 

Laundry Company Laun Co 

Leave of Absence Lv 

Letter of Instruction Let Inst 

Lieutenant Lt 

Lieutenant Colonel Lt Col 

Lieutenant General Lt Gen 

Line of Duty Ld 

M. 

Machine Gun Battalion MG Bn 

Machine Gun Battalion, Antiaircraft MG Bn A-A 

Machine Gun Battalion, Motorized MG Bn Mtz 

Machine Gun Company MG Co 

Machine Gun Firing Manual MGFM 

Machine Gun Squadron MG Sq 

Machine Gun Squadron, Motorized MG Sq Mtz 

Machine Gun Troop MG Tr 

Major Maj 

Major General Maj Gen 

Manual for Army Bakers M AB 

Manual for Army Cooks MAC 

Manual for Courts-Martial MCM 

Manual of Interior Guard Duty MIGD 

Manual for the Medical Department MMD 

Manual for Noncommissioned Officers and 

Privates MNCOP 

Manual of Physical Training MPT 

Manual for the Quartermaster Corps MQMC 

Manual of Topography M Topog 

March .« Mch 

Marksman Mm 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 21 

Master Electrician Mr Elec 

Master Engineer, Senior Grade Mr Engr sr gr 

Master Engineer, Junior Grade Mr Engr jr gr 

Master Gunner Mr Gun 

Master Hospital Sergeant Mr Hosp Sgt 

Master Signal Electrician Mr Sig Elec 

May May 

Mechanic Mec 

Mechanician Mecn 

Medal of Honor MH 

Medical Corps MC 

Medical Department MD 

Medical Depot Med Dep 

Medical Laboratory Med Laby 

Medical Reserve Company Med Res Co 

Medical Reserve Corps MRC 

Medical Supply Company Med Sup Co 

Medical Supply Depot Med Sup Dep 

Memorandum Memo 

Memorandum Receipt M/R 

Mess Sergeant Mess Sgt 

Meteorological Service Met Serv 

Middle Atlantic Coast Artillery District MAC AD 

Military Aviator Mil Av 

Military Intelligence Division, General Staff. . MID GS 

Military Police MP 

Military Police Corps MPC 

Miscellaneous Misc 

Mobile Hospital Mob Hosp 

Mobile Laboratory Mob Laby 

Mobile Laundry Unit Mob Laun Unit 

Mobile Operating Unit Mob Opr Unit 

Mobile Optical Unit Mob Optic Unit 

Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop Mob Ord Rep Sh 

Mobile Veterinary Hospital Mob Vet Hosp 

Monday Mon 

Monoplace Pursuit Brigade Mon Purs Brig 

Monoplace Pursuit Group Mon Purs Gp 

Monoplace Pursuit Squadron Mon Purs Sq 

Monoplace Pursuit Wing Mon Purs Wg 

Monoplace Pursuit Brigade Mnp Purs Brig 

Month Mo 

Months Mos 

Motor Car Company MC Co 

Motorcycle Company Mtcl Co 

Motor Dispatch Service MDS 

Motor Sergeant M Sgt 

Motor Supply Train M Sup Tn 

Motor Transport Company MT Co 

Motor Transport Corps MTC 

Motor Transport Corps Park MTC Pk 

Motor Transport Corps Reserve Park MTC Res Pk 

Motor Truck Company M Trk Co 

Multiengine Night Bombardment Brigade .... M-eng Nt Bomb Brig 

Multiengine Night Bombardment Group M-eng Nt Bomb Gp 

Multiengine Night Bombardment Squadron. . . M-eng Nt Bomb Sq 

Multiengine Night Bombardment Wing M-eng Nt Bomb Wg 

Murdered M 

Musician Mus 

Musician, first class Mus Icl 



22 'Adjutant General's Department. 

Musician, second class Mii= 9/.1 

Musician, third class •';!!!!.'!;! Mus 3cl 

N. 

National Army xj » 

National Guard '.'.'.'.'.'.'. nG 

Noncommissioned Officer . .[ jsjqq 

North Atlantic Coast Artillery District! '.'.'.'.'.' NACAD 

Northeastern Department NF Dpnf 

North Pacific Coast Artillery District" V.'. NPCAD 

Not m line of duty ' " " " iafl r n 

November Not LD 

Number i i ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ] ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ] no' 

0. 



^^!!!Z!l?^" S^-^^P ObsnGp 

sn 



Observation Squadron Ohcn Q« 

R^!!i:™«<'."..y^'"^ : •■:::::: : obS w\ 



Observer, second class OHq 9o^ 

October ; ; ; ; ; oct 

Ordnance Department .".'.'.'.' OrH nor,+ 

Ordnance Depot ... ({i^ n^ 

Ordnance Officer. .:..:::::::::::::: 80 ^^ 

Ordnance Reserve Corps OvH pp 

Ordnance Sergeant ." ." Ord Sp^t 

Outpost Company !.'!.'."!!.' Out C? 

P. 
Packmaster Pi,^„ 

Paid !!i::::::::::::::::;:: pS 

Panama Canal Department PC Dent 

Panama Coast Artillery District PCAD 

Paragraph p 

Park :::; ^i^ 

Personnel Adjutant Pl ^di 

Philippine Department V.V.V.V:.:.'. P Dept 

Philippine Scouts PS 

Photographic Laboratory .■.■:.■:.■:::::: Photo Laby 

Photo Section .... Ph^to Sec 

Pioneer Regiment, Infantry Pion Inf 

S%\''^" '■■■'■'■'• Plat 

Plotter PI . 

Ponton •• "^ '..!!..!!..'.'.".'.;""' Pon 

Porto Rican Regiment, Infantry ' PRRI 

Postal Express Service ] * pgg 

Post Exchange pg 

Post Hospital .............'.'.'.'.'..' !> Hosp 

Post Laundry PL 

Private Pvt 

Private, first class Pvt Icl 

Provost Marshal General .,', PMG 

Provost Marshal General's Department! '.'. PMGD 

Provost Marshal General's Office PMGO 

Purchase, Storage & Traffic, General Staff " * PS & T GS 



Qualified 
Quartermaster 



Q. 



Qual 
QM 



Quartermaster Corps QMC 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 23 

Quartermaster General QM Gen 

Quartermaster General's Office QMGO 

Quartermaster Reserve Corps QMRC 

Quartermaster Sergeant QM Sgt 

Quartermaster Sergeant, senior grade QM Sgt sr gr 

Quarters Qrs 

R. 

Radio Section Rad Sec 

Radio Sergeant Rad Sgt 

Railhead Detachment Rhd Det 

Railhead Supply Detachment Rhd Sup Det 

Railroad Transportation Officer RTO 

Railway Ordnance Repair Shop Ry Ord Rop Sh 

Railway Transport Corps RTC 

Reappointed Reaptd 

Received Reed 

Recruit Ret 

Reduced Rd 

Reenlisted ,. Reenl 

Reference Re 

Reference to telegram Retel 

Refrigerating Plant Company Ref PI Co 

Regiment Regt 

Regimental Regtl 

Regimental Sergeant Major Regtl Sgt Maj 

Regimental Special Orders RSO 

Regimental Supply Sergeant Regtl Sup Sgt 

Regiment Engineers — Construction Regt Engrs (Cons) 

Regiment Engineers — Electrical and Mechani- 
cal Regt Engrs (Elec& Mech) 

Regiment Engineers — Forestry Regt Engrs (For) 

Regiment Engineers — General Construction... Regt Engrs (Gen Cons) 
Regiment Engineers — Light Railway Opera- 
tion Regt Engrs (Lt Ry Opr) 

Regiment Engineers — Mining Regt Engrs (Min) 

Regiment Engineers — Quarry Regt Engrs (Quarry) 

Regiment Engineers — Road Service Regt Engrs (Rd Serv) 

Regiment Engineers — Sappers Regt Engrs (Sap) 

Regiment Engineers — Searchlight Regt Engrs (SL) 

Regiment Engineers — Supply and Shop Regt Engrs (Sup & Sh) 

Regiment Engineers — Supply Service Regt Engrs (Sup Serv) 

Regiment Engineers — Topographical and Sur- 
vey Regt Engrs (T & S) 

Regiment Engineers — Water Supply Service.. Regt Engrs (W Sup Serv) 

Regular Army RA 

Relieved Reld 

Remount Depot Rmt Dep 

Remount Service Rmt Serv 

Repair Section Rep Sec 

Repair Unit Rep Unit 

Replacement and Salvage Company Repl & Salv Co 

Requalified Requal 

Reserve Officers' Training Corps ROTC 

Reserve Vehicle Depot Res Veh Dep 

Road Service Rd Serv 

Rules of Land Warfare RLW 

S. 

Sales Commissary Sales Comsy 

Sales Commissary Unit Sales Comsy Unit 

Salvage Company Salv Co 



24 Adjutant General's Department. 

Same date sd 

Sanitary Corps Sn C 

Sanitary Squad Sn Sqd 

Sanitary Train Sn Tn 

Saturday Sat 

Secretary, General Staff SGS 

Secretary of War Sec War 

Section Sec 

Sector Seer 

Sentence Sent 

Sentenced Sentd 

September Sept 

Sergeant Sgt 

Sergeant Bugler Sgt Bglr 

Sergeant, first class Sgt Icl 

Sergeant Major Sgt Mai 

Sergeant Major, junior grade Sgt Maj jr gr 

Sergeant Major, senior grade Sgt Maj sr gr 

Service Battalion Serv Bn 

Service Battalion Reserve Serv Bn Res , 

Service Company Serv Co 

Service of Light RailM^ays Serv Lt Ry 

Service of Supply SOS 

Service Park Unit Serv Pk Unit 

Sharpshooter Ss 

Ship Repair Shop Ship Rep Sh 

Sick Sk 

Signal Corps Sig C 

Signal Corps Depot Sig C Dep 

Signal Reserve Corps Sig RC 

Signal Officer Sig O 

Single Engine Night Bombardment Group S-eng Nt Bomb Gp 

Single Engine Night Bombardment Squadron. S-eng Nt Bomb Sq 

Single Engine Night Bombardment Wing S-eng Nt Bomb Wg 

Small Arms Ammunition SA Am 

Small Arms Firing Manual SAFM 

Soldier Sol 

South Atlantic Coast Artillery District SAC AD 

Southeastern Department SE Dept 

Southern Department S Dept 

South Pacific Coast Artillery District SPCAD 

Special Court Martial Sp CM 

Special Court Martial Order Sp CMO 

Special Duty SD 

Special Orders SO 

Special Regulations SR 

Squad Sqd 

Squadron Sq 

Squadron Sergeant Major Sq Sgt Maj 

Squadron Supply Sergeant Sq Sup Sgt 

Stable Sergeant Stab Sgt 

Statement of Charges S of C 

Station Sta 

Stevedore Battalion Stev Bn 

Stevedore Company Stev Co 

Subsistence Sub 

Summary Court SC 

Sunday Sun 

Supply Company Sup Co 

Supply Depot Sup Dep 

Supply Officer Sup O 



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t 

Supply Sergeant Sup Sgt 

Supply Train Sup Tn 

Supply Troop Sup Tr 

Surgeon Surg 

Surgeon's Certificate of Disability SCD 

Surgeon General Sur Gen 

Surgeon General's Office SGO 

Surgical Assistant Surg Asst 

Switchboard Operator Sb O 

T. 

Tank Battalion ■. Tank Bn 

Tank Brigade Tank Brig 

Tank Company Tank Co 

Tank Corps Tank C 

Telegraph Battalion Tel Bn 

The Adjutant General of the Army TAG 

Thursday Thurs 

Train Tn 

Train Headquarters and Military Police Tn Hq & MP 

Training Center Tng Cen 

Transferred Tricl 

Transportation T 

Transportation Company T Co 

Transportation Corps TC 

Transportation Regiment T Regt , 

Transportation Request T/R 

Trench Mortar Battalion TM Bn 

Trench Mortar Battery TM Btry 

Troop Tr 

Troop Orders O 

Tuesday Tues 

U. 

Unassigned Unasgd 

United States US 

United States Army USA 

United States Marine Corps USMC 

United States Navy USN 

V. 

Verbal Orders VO 

Very Good VG 

Veterinarian Vet 

Veterinary Corps VC 

Veterinary Hospital Vet Hosp 

Veterinary Reserve Corps VRC 

Veterinary Service Vet Serv 

Voucher Vou 

W. 

Wagon Company Wag Co 

Wagoner Wag 

War Department WD 

War Plans Division, General Staff WPD GS 

Warrant Wrnt 

Warrant Officer Wrnt Off 

War Risk Insurance WRI 

Water Tank Train W Tank Tn 

Wednesday Wed 

Western Department W Dept 



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RELATIVES AND FRIENDS OF DECEASED SOLDIERS. 



Corresponding numerals precede the name of the soldier and the name 
of relative or friend named by the soldier as the person to be notified in 
case of emergency. 

1. Daniel Ackerman, father, Merriam, Ks. 

2. Albert L. Adams, father, 238 E. 30th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

3. George E. Adamson. father, 2032 College Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

4. Mrs. Abbie Addy, mother, 808 E. 3d St., Galena, Ks. 

5. Mrs. Amanda Adolph, mother, Scranton, Ks. 

6. John H. Ahrens, father, R. F. D. 4, Pittsburg, Ks. 

7. Erastus E. Aills, 327 N. 7th St., Salina, Ks. 

8. Mrs. A. L. Aker, wife, R. F. D. 1, Winfield, Ks. 

9. Silas E. Akers, father, R. F. D. 3, Chanute, Ks. 

10. Mrs. J. W. Albaugh, wife, 2042 63d St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

11. Joseph Aleksiehes, brother, 535 Northrup Ave.. Kansas City, Ks. 

12. Winona Allen, mother. R. F. D. 3, Oberlin, Ks. 

13. Mildred Barnes, friend, Earleton, Ks. 

14. George M. Allison, father, Hoyt, Ks. 

15. Aaron S. Altman, father, Lincoln, Ks. 

16. Mrs. Eva N. Phillips, mother. Amy, Ks. 

17. Roy M. Alvord, brother, Jewell, Ks. 

18. Bruce Amos, father, R. F. D. 1, Colby, Ks. 

19. Oscar Anderson, father, Clyde, Ks. 

20. Mrs. Jennie Anderson, mother, R. F. D. 4, Lyons, Ks. 

21. Deck J. Anderson, father, Paola, Ks. 



23. Nels Anderson, father, box 42, Scranton, Ks. 

24. Mrs. Eldore J. Anderson, Bronson, Ks. 

25. Mrs. Amanda Anderson, mother, R. F. D. 1, Wetmore, Ks. 

26. Robert L. Smith, friend, Hugoton, Ks. 

27. John E. Andrews, father, 528 S. 11th St., Independence, Ks. 

28. Mrs. Flora Andrews, mother, Leon, Ks. 

29. Mrs. Teresa Weber, stepmother. Breezy Hill, Ks. 

30. Mrs. Lizzie Kaltenbach, mother, R. F. D. 2, Randall, Ks. 

31. Sam M. Armstrong, father. 918 E. Solemn St., Portland, Ore. 

32. W. S. Armstrong, father, Centralia, Ks. 

33. Otha Arnold, father, 2002 S. Palasado St., Wichita, Ks. 

34. Edward Arnold, father, Latimer, Ks. 

35. Mrs. Cornelia Asher, wife, 1120 Congress St.. Emporia, Ks. 

36. Charles F. Ashley, father, lola, Ks. 

37. Mrs. Mary Ashworth, mother, Gardner, Ks. 

38. Tom Aslin, father, Vermillion, S. Dak. 

39. Mrs. Margaret A. Asplund, mother, 2055 X. 4th St., Kansas City, Ks. 

40. John F. Atkinson, father. Diamond, Mo. 

41. Manson E. Atwell, father. New Albany, Ks. 

42. John W. Aukerman, father, 917 W. 9th St., Winfield, Ks. 

43. Leslie Austin, brother, 715 W. 22d St. Cheyenne, Wyo. 



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47. Mrs. May Bagwell, mother, Tonganoxie, Ks. 

48. John Baier, father, Elmo, Ks. 



49. 



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Kansas Casualties in the World War. 131 

50. William Bailey, father, R. F. D. 27, Topeka, Ks. 

51. William A. Baird, father, R. F. D. 6, Topeka, Ks. 

52. Mrs. Lucina L. Baker, mother, 620 Western Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

53. Mrs. Lucy Baker, mother, 105 Columbia Ave., Leavenworth, Ks. 

54. Adison Baker, father, Ashland, Ks. 

55. Green Baker, father, R. F. D. 2, Pratt, Ks. 

56. Mrs. Ada Baker, mother, 1006 Kearney St., Manhattan, Ks. 

57. Mrs. Mary F. Balding, wife, 102 S. luka St., Pratt, Ks. 

58. Mrs. Myrtle Bale, wife. Sparks, Ks. 

59. William C. Jones, foster parent, R. F. D. 5, Emporia, Ks. 

60. Mrs. Georgiana B. Ball, wife, El Monte, Cal. 

61. Charles W. Ball, father, 22 G. E. St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

62. Mrs. Annie J. Dodge, mother, 720 Hudson St., Burlington, Ks. 

63. Mrs. Ella M. Bankson, mother, R. F. D. 1, Plains, Ks. 

64. . 

65. Mrs. H. Bannon, Solomon, Ks. 

66. Mrs. Hazel Banta, wife, 3332 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

67. Phillip Banworth, father, R. F. D. 1, Dorrance, Ks. 

68. W. H. Barker, father, Rosalia, Ks. 

69. Ephrian W. Barnes, father, Smith Center, Ks. 

70. Mrs. Margarete Prather, sister, Gypsum City, Ks. 

71. John M. Barnett, father, Lucerne, Ks. 

72. Miss Alice Barnicle, sister, 1018 Tamm Ave. East, St. Louis, Mo. 

73. Mrs. Emma Barr, mother, Holton, Ks. 

74. Mrs. Ethel A. Barrett, wife, Downs, Ks. 

75. John Barrett, father, R. F. D. 1, Randall, Ks. 

76. Mrs. Sophia Barricklow, mother, R. F. D. 2, Paola, Ks. 

77. Mrs. Elmer E. Bartell, wife, Zeandale, Ks. 

78. Mrs. Ida M. Barton, mother, Chetopa, Ks. 

79. Mrs. Leimie E. Bates, mother, Cottonwood Falls, Ks. 

80. Mrs. Mary E. Bates, mother, Burlington, Vt. 

81. William C. Battersby, father, Salina, Ks. 

82. Albert C. Baughman, father, Ellis, Ks. 

83. A. G. Baxter, father, Waverly, Ks. 

84. Allen R. Bayly, father. Tar River, Okla. 

85. Mrs. Mary V. Beach, mother, Manchester, Ks. 

86. Mrs. Mark Beach, wife, Clinton, Ks. 

87. W. J. Beach, father, Minneapolis, Ks. 

88. Mrs. Louie B. Beale, mother, 1208 4th Ave., Dodge City, Ks. 

89. August Beam, father, Waldo, Ks. 

90. Mrs. Blanche Beaman, wife, R. F. D. 2, Oakley, Ks. 

91. Mrs. Edna Beames, mother, R. F. D. 4, Belleville, Ks. 

92. Mrs. Martha J. Beard, mother, R. F. D. 1, Belvue, Ks. 
921/2. John Beard, father, 1209 W. 5th St., Topeka, Ks. 
93. . 

94. Mrs. Rebecca Beaty, mother, 810 S. B St., Arkansas City, Ks. 

9."). John W. Beaver, father. La Harpe, Ks. 

96. John Beck, father, luka, Ks. 

97. Mrs. Alice Powell, mother, 25 N. 10th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

98. Mrs. Julia Becker, mother, Lehigh, Ks. 

99. Nicholas Becker, father, R. F. D. 2, Great Bend. Ks. 

100. John S. Beecher, father. Hill City, Ks. 

101. John Beggs, 529 W. 2d St., Junction City, Ks. 

102. Mrs. Christine L. Behrhorst, wife, R. F. D. 5, Walnut, Ks. 

103. August Beitz, father, R. F. D. 2, Hartford, Ks. 

104. James Belden, father, Lebanon, Ks. 

■105. Mrs. Emma Belin, mother, 1703 7th St., Clay Center, Ks. 

106. Mrs. Josephine Belin, wife, Riley, Ks. 

107. Miss Almeda Benge, sister, Akron, Ind. 

108. Mrs. Emma T. Bennett, mother, Oxford, Ks. 

109. Mrs. Mary Bennett, mother, 533 Franklin St., Whittier, Cal. 



132 Adjutant General's Department. 

110. Alfred J. Bennett, father, R. P. T>. 1, Cheney, Ks. 

111. Fred S. Bennett, father, 520 S. Washington St., lola, Ks. 

112. Andrew Benson, father. Independence, Ks. 

113. Frank Benyshek, father, Cuba, Ks. 

114. Mrs. Mary Berentz, mother, R. F. D. 5, Oswego, Ks. 

115. Oscar Downing, friend, Danville, 111. 

116. Daniel E. Berger, father, 317 S. 9th St., Salina, Ks. 

117. Mrs. Eva E. Berkibile, mother, St. Johns, Ks. 

118. Mrs. Arthur C. Berquist, wife, 1139 Elm St., Kansas City, Ks. 

119. Mrs. Ruba E. Berry, wife, 1316 Dirr Ave., Parsons, Ks. 

120. Mrs. Margaret G. Berry, mother, 620 24th St.. Cedar Falls, Iowa. 

121. Fred Beskow, sr., father, R. F. D., Lyndon, Ks. 

122. Mrs. Lela Everts, sister, Courtland, Ks. 

123. William A. Bevis, father, box 522, Osawatomie, Ks. 

124. George R. Beyers, father, 823 H St., Perry, Okla. 

125. Mrs. Anna Bichlmeier, mother, R. F. D. 3, Horton, Ks. 

126. John Biernaski, father, Minneola, Ks. 

127. George Bigham, Fontana, Ks. 

128. J. B. Billard, father, Topeka, Ks. 

129. C. E. Birch, Haskell Inst., Lawrence, Ks. 

130. Willis S. Bird, father, Stockton, Ks. 

131. Isaac T. Bishop, father, 2222 Stevens Ave., Parsons, Ks. 

132. Mrs. Grace Bivin, wife, 204 E. Elm St., Enid, Okla. 

133. Frank Black, brother, R. F. D. 5, Marion, Ks. 

134. Mrs. Dora Black, mother, Gorham, Ks. 

135. James E. Black, father, 1215 S. Hickory St., Ottawa, Ks. 

136. Mrs. Etta Blackburn, mother. Bazaar, Ks. 

137. James P. Blackledge, father, Onaga, Ks. 

138. Mrs. Helen Helms, mother, Wakefield, Ks. 

139. Mrs. Mary C. Blair, mother. Cotter, Iowa. 

140. C. G. Blakely. father, Topeka, Ks. 

141. Mrs. Madge Blanchard, wife, Corozal, Canal Zone. 

142. Mrs. Minnie Bay, mother, Quapaw, Okla. 

143. Mrs. M. E. Bleckley, mother. 111 N. Lorraine Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

144. Mrs. Jane Blevins, Bluflfville, Ks. 

145. Miss Minnie Blevins. sister, 524 2d .Vve. East, Hutchinson, Ks. 

146. John M. Blevins, father. Linden, Mo. 

147. E. H. Blockberger, father, 5th and Chestnut Sts., Leavenworth, Ks. 

148. Albert Carter, friend, Lyons, Ks. 

149. Mrs. Grayce Blow, wife, Waverly, Ks. 

150. Mrs. Nancy Bly, mother, 1734 Topeka Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

151. Peter Bodmer, father. Paradise, Ks. 

152. Mrs. R. O. Boice, mother, R. F. D. 1, Spring Hill, Ks. 

153. Miss Pachite Bondera, sister, Rometa, Mexico. 

154. . 

155. Mrs. Ida P. Booze, wife, 1108 S. Hickory St., Ottawa, Ks. 

156. Harry W. Borton, brother, Kanorado, Ks. 

157. Christian Bosseck, father, Lafontaine, Ks. 
158. 



159. Mrs. Sarah Root, mother, R. F. D. 1, Wellington, Ks. 

160. John W. Bottorflf, father. Downs, Ks. 

161. John Bougher, father. Independence, Colo. 

162. James Bowden, sr., 733 Sandusky St., Kansas City, Ks. 

163. Wilton E. Bowers, father. Downs, Ks. 

164. Mrs. Delia Bowers, mother, Drumright, Okla. 

165. Mrs. Flora M. Boyle, mother, Lindsey, Ks. 

166. Mrs. Matilda C. Boyles, mother, Luray, Ks. 

167. Mrs. Ellen Bradfield, mother, 1014 Madison St., Topeka, Ks. 

168. Mrs. Mary Cooper, mother, 104 S. Walnut St., Ottawa, Ks. 



169. . 

170. Marshall Bradshaw, father, R. F. D. 7, Port Scott, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 133 

171. Mrs. Mabel Brainard, wife, Fairport, Ks. 

172. Eugene P. Breman, father, Rosalia, Ks. 

173. Dr. W. B. Kelly, grandfather, 31 W. Myrtle St., Independence, Ks. 

174. Allen M. Branch, father, 1021 S. 4th St., Atchison, Ks. 

175. . 

176. Mrs. Lucy C. Tubbs, mother, Kiowa, Ks. 

177. Mrs. Mary Brannum, mother, 423 S. Sycamore St., Tola, Ks. 

178. Mrs. Marie Lupton, mother, 313 N. St. Francis St., Wichita, Ks. 

179. Mrs. Dora Hunter, mother, 1424 S. H St., Arkansas City, Ks. 

180. Mrs. Fannie Bratton, mother, R. P. D. 5, lola, Ks. 

181. Samuel Bray, father, Zurich, Ks. 

182. Mrs. Alice F. Franklin, mother, R. P. D. 2, Springville, Miss. 

183. Mrs. Joseph E. Bregar, mother, R. F. D. 2, Pittsburg, Ks. 

184. Mrs. Lizzie Breit, wife, Pfeifer, Ks. 

185. Mrs. Alma M. Brandle, wife, McCabe, Mo. 

186. B. F. Brenton, father. Piedmont, Ks. 

187. Mrs. Otto Brewer, mother, 500 S. Hillside, Wichita, Ks. 

188. Oscar Brewer, brother. New Ulysses, Ks. 

189. Mrs. E. N. Bright, mother, St. John, Ks. 

190. John M. Brodbeck, father, R. P. D. 1, Wichita, Ks. 

191. Dr. Andrew Brodie, 1039 N. Lawrence Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

192. Mrs. Mary Brogden, mother, 305 Lawrence St., Topeka, Ks. 

193. Myrt Bronson, father, R. P. D. 3, Osage City, Ks. 

194. Mrs. Sadie Bronson, 1813 Bunker Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

195. Mrs. Olive Sellenberger, cousin. Sterling, Ks. 

196. Mrs. Mary Brophy. mother, 50 New Orbiston, Bellshill, Lanarkshire. Scotland. 

197. Mrs. Mazie Broughton, wife, 710 Kansas Ave., Pittsburg, Ks. 

198. Delphius Brouilette, father, Scottsville, Ks. . 

199. Florence Brown, wife, Bennington, Ks. 

200. Mrs. Ella Brown, mother, 720 E. Central St., Arkansas City, Ks. 

201. Thomas Brown, father, Atwood, Ks. 
201%. M. B. Brown, father, Madison, Ks. 

202. Miss Mable Wilson, friend, Morris, Ks. 

203. Mrs. Lillian V. Brown, wife, box 24, Boston, Mo. 

204. James P. Brown, father, Girard, Ks. 

205. Mrs. Mary A. Brown, mother, Lebanon, Ks. 

206. Mrs. Emma Brown, mother, Goddard, Ks. 

207. Mrs. Mary A. Brown, mother, Duquoin, Ks. 

208. Albert Brown, father. Great Bend, Ks. 

209. Mrs. Rue Brown, mother, Norwood, Mo. 

210. John Brown, father, R. F. D. 2, Elk City, Ks. 

211. J. C. Brown, father, 505 N. Main St., Atlanta, Ks. 

212. William H. Brown, father. Mulberry, Ks. 

213. Mrs. Florence I. Brown, mother, Syracuse, Ks. 

214. Joe W. Brown, father, 701 Parallel Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

215. Mrs. L. E. Brown, mother, 1225 Oread St., Lawrence, Ks. 

216. Mrs. Florence Brown, mother, Holton, Ks. 

217. Prairie P. Brown, sr.. father, R^ P. D. 7, Garnett, Ks. 

218. Mrs. Mattie Brown, R. F. D. 3, Kingman, Ks. 

219. Mrs. May Brown, mother, R. F. D. 1, Atwood, Ks. 

220. Mrs. Emma Broxson, mother, 339 N. Hydraulic St., Wichita, Ks. 

221. Pleas Bruce, father, Hugoton, Ks. 

222. Carl Brueckman, father, 2015 E. 8th St., Kansas City. Mo. 

223. Henry Brueggeman, father, Palco, Ks. 

224. John W. Brullman, father, Louisburg, Ks. 

225. T. A. Brumbaugh, father, 816 Colorado Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

226. Mrs. Emily P. Brun, mother, Museotah, Ks. 
227. . 

228. August Brunkow, father, Wamego, Ks. 

229. A. J. Brush, father, 422 E. 40th St., Newton, Ks. 

230. John F. Bryan, father, Annapolis, 111. 



134 Adjutant General's Department. 

231. Miss Adaline White, friend, 1401 Buchanan St., Topeka, Ks. 

232. Mrs. Flora Stahler, sister, Wilson, Ks. 

233. Mrs. Ella Buchanan, mother, 514 E. 8th St., Abilene, Ks. 

234. E. S. Buchanon, father, Wakefield, Ks. 

235. George W. Buchanan, father, Inglevale, Ks. 

236. Edward R. Buck, father, Hooser, Ks. 

237. Mrs. Mamie Buckworth, wife, Powersville, Mo. 

238. G. F. Budde, father. Weir City, Ks. 

239. Mrs. Sophia Buehre, mother, R. F. D. 6, McPherson, Ks. 

240. John H. Bullock, father, R. F. D. 1, Maple Hill, Ks. 

241. W. W. Junkins, grandfather, Baldwin, Ks. 

242. Mrs. Xellie Burbank, mother, Muscotah, Ks. 

243. Mrs. Ethel Burchett, wife, 634 S. E. 2d St., Newton, Ks. 

244. Duncan M. Burdick, father, R. F. D. 4, Chanute, Ks. 

245. Mrs. Sarah E. Burdick, mother, R. F. D. 5, Neosho, Mo. 

246. Mrs. Frank R. Burdick, wife, Burlington, Ks. 

247. Ed Burghardt, father. Protection, Ks. 

248. Mrs. Mary E. Burkhart, mother, 319 Lowman St., Fort Scott, Ks. 

249. David J. Burnett, father, 1202 Park St., Dodge City, Ks. 

250. Mrs. Mattie Burnett, wife, 723 Locust St., Topeka, Ks. 

251. Mrs. Etta B. Burns, mother, R. F. D. 2, Council Grove, Ks. 

252. William M. Burns, father, 818 S. Market St., Wichita, Ks. 

253. Mrs. Lucy Burns, mother, P. O. bo.x 470, Ba.\ter Springs, Ks. 

254. T. J. Burns, father, 401 Shawnee Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

255. Mrs. Hulda M. Burns, mother, Kentland, Ind. 

256. Mrs. Lula Burns, mother, R. F. D. 2, Tonganoxie, Ks. 

257. James H. Burrows, father, Hugoton, Ks. 

258. Mrs. Ellen Burton, mother, 105 State St., Emporia, Ks. 

259. Charles M. Bush, father, Bushong, Ks. 

260. Mrs. Clara Bush, mother, R. F. D. 1, Macksville, Ks. 

261. John Buster, father. North Branch, Ks. 

262. Mrs. Bert C. Butcser, wife, 607 N. Main St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

263. Dee Butler, father. Clayton, Ks. 

264. Mrs. Angelina Sullivan, sister, Indian Reservation, Horton, Ks. 

265. John Call, brother. Valley Falls, Ks. 

266. Alvin S. Calkins, father, R. F. D. 3, Colby, Ks. 

267. Alva S. Calkins, father, R. F. D. 3, Colby, Ks. 

268. Mrs. Emma H. Mann, mother, 842 S. Lawrence St., Wichita, Ks. 

269. Tobe Campbell, father, 1020 E. 7th St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

270. Mrs. Mary Baker Campbell, mother, LaCygne (via ilound City), Ks. 

271. . 



272. Mrs. Sue Campbell, mother, R. F. D. 1, box 19, Wichita, Ks. 

273. . 

274. James T. Canning, father, route 1, Munden, Ks. 

275. Mrs. Erna Cantrell, wife, Protection, Ks. 

276. James W. Capps, father, R. F. D. 4, Arcadia, Ks. 

277. Mrs. Minnie Carey, mother, box 384, Towanda, Ks. 

278. Andrew Carlson, father, Alta Vista, Ks. 

279. Frank A. Carlson, father, R. F. D. 1, box 53, Jamestown, Ks. 

280. Fedell Carmel, father, R. F. D. 2, Pittsburg, Ks. 

281. James Carnes, father, R. F. D. 3, Fort Scott, Ks. 
282 Leonard Carnes, father. Fort Scott, Ks. 

283. Alfred D. Carpenter, father, Oswego, Ks. 

284. Mrs. Lizzie Carraway, mother. Weir, Ks. 

285. Mrs. Annie Carroll, mother, Frontenac, Ks. 

286. Mrs. Delia Carson, mother. Smith Center, Ks. 

287. Mrs. Anna Carson, mother, Peabody, Ks. 

288. James Carter, father, R. F. D. 3, Clay Center, Ks. 

289. . 



290. Mrs. Bert Kennedy, sister, 115 Military Ave., Dodge City. Ks. 

291. Thomas Carter, father, Howard, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World Wa7'. 135 

•292. Mrs. Mary Cartwright, wife, 201 E. 15th St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

293. William C. Cary, father. Eskridge, Ks. 

294. Mrs. Katie Casey, mother, R. F. D. 1, box 8, Glen Elder, Ks. 

295. E. W. Cash, father, Auburn, Ky. 

296. H. E. Cashman, father, Altamont, Ks. 

297. Mrs. Ida M. Cassady. mothei", 101 S. Washington St., Port Scott, Ks. 

298. Mrs. Martha Cassel, mother, R. F. D. 1, Beverly, Ks. 

299. Mrs. Bertie Cavenee, wife. Cedar Vale, Ks. 

300. Mrs. George Ann Ceas, mother, 235 E. 2d St., Junction City, Ks. 

301. Mrs. Matilda Chamberlain, mother, general deliver}-, Parkei% Ks. 

302. Mrs. Harriet C. Chambers, mother, 425 W. 2d St., Chanute, Ks. 
303 . 

304. Mrs. Belle Tressell, mother, R. F. D. 3, Ruston, La. 

305. Mrs. Lillian P. Chandler, mother, room 314, Fourth Nat. Bank Bldg., Wichita, Ks. 

306. Homer Barton Chandler, brother, R. F. D. 1, Argonia, Ks. 

307. Mrs. Bira Chapman, mother. 208 Wisconsin St., Neodesha, Ks. 

308. James H. Chapman, father, general delivery. Pecan Gap, Tex. 

309. John Baldwin Chapman, father, 910 Stone St., Great Bend, Ks. 

310. Napoleon Chaquette, father, Clyde, Ks. 

311. Edward Charlton, father, 1545 Rhode Island St., Lawrence, Ks. 

312. R. E. Chears, father, W. 12th St., Larned, Ks. 

313. John Adams Cheshire, father, 1526 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

314. Albert Christel, father, 604 Judson St., Fort Scott, Ks. 

315. Athanas Christoff, father, 412 N. 5th St., Kansas City, Ks. 

316. James E. Clark, father, care A'alley State Bank, Syracuse, Ks. 

317. Rueben Richard Clark, father, Keytesville, Mo. 

318. Ben F. Clark, father, R. P. D. 5, Howard, Ks. 

319. Mrs. Edith E. Clark, mother, R. F. D. 2, Pittsburg, Ks. 

320. Amos Claxton, father, 1602 Main St., Goodland, Ks. 

321. Daniel L. Clay, father, R. F. D. 1, Cherryvale, Ks. 

322. Mrs. Mary Henshaw, mother, 2227 N. Mark St., St. Louis, Mo. 

323. M. H. Sinclaire, friend, Densmore, Ks. 

324. Mrs. Freda Clement, wife, 626 Miami Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

325. Mrs. Grace Clemons, mother, R. P. D. 1, Otego, Ks. 

326. Mrs. Kate Clendening, mother, R. F. D. 2, Fulton, Ks. 

327. Mrs. Rose M. Cline, wife, Tonganoxie, Ks. 

328. Mrs. Emily C. Coate, mother. Trinity, Texas. 

329. Mrs. Wilma Cobb, wife, 718 Louisiana St., Little Rock, Ark. 

330. W. L. Coberly, father, 2232 Jackson Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

331. E. E. Cochran, Whitewater, Ks. 

332. Mrs. Malvina Cochran, mother. Port Scott, Ks. 

333. Chant N. Cole, father, R. P. D. 3, Greenleaf, Ks. 

334. . 



335. Mrs. Amy Quinn, mother. Smith Center, Ks. 

336. Moses Cole, father, R. P. D , Athol, Ks. 

337. William S. Coleman, father, Goodland, Ks. 

338. Mrs. Sythe Collins, mother, 1501 S. Edith St., Chanute, Ks. 

339. Mrs. Lucille Mitchell, mother, 1018 N. Robinson, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

340. Enos Comer, father, 618 W. 7th St., Abilene, Ks. 

341. John P. Cone, father, 1206 Tenn. St., Lawrence, Ks. 

342. Mrs. Lois Congdon, mother, Burlington, Ks. 

343. Nathaniel Conner, father, Grisby, Ks. 

344. Mrs. Clara Conner, wife, 321 Tennessee St., lola, Ks. 

345. Peter Constantopulos, brother, 302 Kansas Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

346. M. E. Cook, father, R. F. D. 4, box 69, Pittsburg, Ks. 

347. M. C. Cooke, 523 N. Poplar St., Wichita, Ks. 

348. Mrs. Bertha Cookson, mother, Madison, Ks. 

349. John R. Coonrod, Arcadia, Ks. 

350. Mrs. Amada Coons, mother, Belleville, Ks. 

351. Mrs. Maud Cooper, w^ife, Arcadia, Ks. 

352. John Cooper, father, Lucas, Ks. 



136 Adjutant GeneraVi^ Department. 

353. Mrs. Mary F. Cooper. R. F. D. 1, Humboldt, Ks. 

354. Nels G. Corlberg, father, Delavan, Ks. 

355. Mrs. Nacy F. Corriston, mother, 407 Shawnee Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

356. Mrs. Sarah H. Coughenour, wife, R. F. D. 2, Pittsburg, Ks. 

357. Steve E. Coulter, father. Crofts, Ks. 

. 358. William T. Cortney, father, 17 W. 14th St., Lawrence, Ks. 

359. Lizzie Courtright, 323 S. Saint Marys St., Caldwell. Ks. 

360. Mrs. Ella B. Cox, mother, Cummings, Ks. 

361. Mrs. Johanna Cox, mother, R. F. D. 1, Jefferson, Ks. 

362. Mrs. Emma Cox, wife, 1404 N. Michigan St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

363. Leonard B. Cowles, father, care Armour Company, Kansas City, Ks. 

364. Mrs. Thomas L. Crab, mother, Attica. Ks. 

365. Charles Augustus Craig, father, 251 X. Mill St., Kansas City, Ks. 

366. . 

367. John Craig, father, 200 E. Park St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

368. Henry Cramer, father, R. F. D. 1, Wellsville, Ks. 

369. Arthur W. Cramer, father, Lebo, Ks. 

370. Charles T. Crandell, father, Peru, Ks. 

371. William A. Creek, uncle, R. F. D. 1, Rosalia. Ks. 

372. Mrs. Ellen Cravan, mother, Axtell, Ks. 

373. Miss Alary Brocoe, friend, 911 N. Grand St., Neodesha, Ks. 

374. . 



375. William Crook, father, Glascow, Ks. 

376. Thomas Crowder, father, 729 Missouri St., Lawrence, Ks. 

377. Joseph Cruey, father, R. F. D. 7, Osage City, Ks. 

378. John Culp, father. Fort Scott, Ks. 

379. Mrs. Pearl Culver, Yates Center, Ks. 

380. Mrs. Olive Cummickel, 425 E. Eiiclid Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

381. . 



382. Jim Cummings, father, Morrowville, Ks. 

383. Clarence Cunningham, brother. Chapman, Ks. 

384. . 



385. Mrs. Mary Cunningham, mother, 135 South Chautauqua St., Wichita, Ks. 

386. Eugene C. White, friend, Medical Department, Port Leavenworth, Ks. 

387. Mrs. Mary B. Curran, mother, Abilene, Ks. 
388. . 

389. Mrs. Goldie Currier, wife. R. F. D. 3, Belleville. Ks. 

390. Mrs. Franklin Curtis, wife, Gaylord, Ks. 

391. Mrs. Lyda Curtis, mother, Valley Falls, Ks. 

392. Mrs. Dorothy Curtis, wife, 516 N. 1st St., Arkansas City, Ks. 

393. Mrs. Clara J. Curtright, mother, 220 N. 2d St.. Lyons. Ks. 

394. George W. Cushing, father. Downs, Ks. 

395. James G. Cutler, father, 520 N. Broadway, Abilene, Ks. 

396. Mrs. Essie E. Dahrens. mother, Hanston, Ks. 

397. . 



398. James Daley, father, Earlton, Ks., R. 1. 

399. John G. Dalsing. father, R. F. D. 4, Coffeyville, Ks. 

■. M' s. D. W. Danielaon, mother, R. F. D. 5, Belleville, Ks. 

401. Mrs. Elizabeth Dauber, mother. Burns, Ks. 

402. Joseph Davey, father, Beattie, Ks. 

403. Pete Thorsen, friend, general delivery, Merriam, Ks. 

404. Harry M. Davies, father, 1020 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo. 

405. Mrs. Margaret Davies, mother, London House Duffryn, Merionette, Xorth Wales, 

England. 

406. Fred Davis, brother, general delivery, Studley. Ks. 

407. Frank M. Davis, father, R. F. D. 1, Ba.xter Springs, Ks. 

408. John P. Davis, Cherryvale, Ks. 

409. John T. Davis, Osage City, Ks. 

410. Mrs. Lizzie Jeffords, grandmother, Nickerson, Ks. 

411. Mrs. Alice Davis, mother, 1225 E. 27th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

412. John W. Davis, father, Winchester, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 137 

413. Charles Henry Day, father, Rantoul, Ks. 

414. George K. Day, brother. R. P. D. 1, Dwight, Ks. 

415. Mrs. Josie Day, mother, Blue Springs, Neb. 

416. M. A. Dealy, father, Hutchinson, Ks. 

417. David Morgan Dean, father, Lyons, Ks. 

418. John R. Debo, R. F. D. 2, Delaware, Okla. 

419. Mrs. Minnie Deck, mother, Eudora, Ks. 

420. Cornel Dechant, father, Antonino, Ks. 

421. Mrs. Fern Calloway Dee, wife, Greenleaf, Ks. 

422. Mrs. Johanna Defrees, mother, R. F. D. 1, Ackerland, Ks. 

423. George H. Deines, father, R. F. D. 1, Russell, Ks. 

424. Juan De La Gena. Mambusas, Capis, P. I. 

425. John J. Delzeit, father, Denton, Ks. 

426. Fred Demars, R. F. D. 4. Miltonvale, Ks. 

427. Franz Demel, father, Claflin, Ks. 

428. William Demeritt, father. R. F. D. 17, Richland, Ks. 

429. James De Mos.s, father, R. F. D. 3, Topeka. Ks. 

430. Mrs. Sylvia Depril, mother, Seammon, Ks. 

431. Mrs. Euphemia Derby, mother, Frontenac, Ks. 

432. John Derrick, R. F. D. 2, Hollenberg, Ks. 

433. Frank D. Deshon, father, Logan, Ks. 

434. Mrs. Ella Dewlen, mother, R. F. D. 2, bo.x 38. Independence. Ks. 

435. Ja.sper W. Dickinson, father, Adams, Ks. 

436. . 

437. Mrs. Alice Dilatush, mother, 1913 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

438. Leviah H. Dillman, father, Atlanta, Ks. 

439. Mrs. Elizabeth Shafer, mother, general delivery. Highland, Ks. 

440. H. P. Dingus, father. Mound City, Ks. 

441. Mrs. Alice Dixon, 10 Hall St., Council Grove, Ks. 

442. Alfred C. Dixon, brother, Milan, Ks. 

443. John Doane, father, Osborne, Ks. 

444. Gertrude Doerfer, sister, 1513 Broadway, Goodland, Ks. 

445. Mrs. Clara Doerfer, wife, Ness City, Ks. 

446. Dan Doerr, father, Barnes, Ks. 

447. Mrs. Edna Doidge, wife, 108 W. 12th St., Topeka, Ks. 

448. Samuel L. Doll, father, 449 Ave. C East, Kingman, Ks. 

449. Samuel D. McVeigh, brother-in-law, 2916 Main St., Parsons, Ks. 

450. Peter Donnelly, father, Densmore, Ks. 

451. . 

452. Miss Sadie Dorsey, Lawrence, Ks. 

453. Mrs. Mary Dotson, mother, general delivery, Neodesha, Ks. 

454. Frank Doty, father, R. F. D 1, Rose, Ks. 

455. Mrs. Jessie Doty, 330 Fremont St., Manhattan, Ks. 

456. Mrs. Rose Lea Doud, mother, Rossville, Ks. 

457. E. Douglas, father, Oakland, Ks. 

458. Mrs. Nellie Dowty, mother. Route 1, Moreland, Ks. 

459. F. O. Drake, Jewell City, Ks. 

460. Charles Emel Drake, brother, R. F. D. 2, Seward, Ks. 

461. Mrs. Louise Dreyer, mother, R. F. D. 1, Realiotos, Texas. 

462. F. K. Drovetta, father, Rydal, Ks. 

463. W. M. Drumm, father, Bigelow, Ks. 

464. Mrs. Dorothy Ducret. wife, 3427, S. Burton St., Kansas City, Mo. 

465. Mrs. Agnes Dudney, mother. Route 2, Maple Hill, Ks. 

466. Mrs. Hattie Dufield, mother, R. F. D. A, Kismet, Ks. 

467. Henry J. Duffy, father, R. F. D. 4, Wathena, Ks. 

468. Miss Hazel Havender, sister, Whiting, Ks. 

469. Mrs. Mollie E. Dunn, mother, R. F. D. 4, Shady Bend, Ks. 

470. Mrs. M. C. Dow, mother, Naponee, Neb. 

471. Mrs. Rose J. Dutro, mother, R. F. D. 1, Rose, Ks. 

472. Grant Duvall, father, general delivery, Colwich, Ks. 

473. . 



138 Adjutant General's Department. 

474:. John K. Dyer, father, R. F. D. 6, box 54, Wichita, Ks. 

475. Mrs. A. M. Eaton, mother, R. F. D. 28, South Topeka, Ks. 

476. Mrs. Laura M. Eberhard, Alida, Ks. 

477. Anthony Eccher, father, general delivery, Liberal, Mo. 

478. Mrs. Irene Thomas, aunt, 541 State Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

479. John Eckhart, father, Norcatur, Ks. 

480. Mrs. Anna Eder, mother, Eudora, Ks. 

481. Mrs. Jane Edgerle, mother, 406 E. 5th St., Cherryvale, Ks. 

482. Mrs. Martha Edmiston, mother, 425 East 21st St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

483. Mrs. Winifred I. Edmonds, wife, 3113 Colfa.x Ave.. S. Minneapolis, Minn. 

484. Ether Klipple Edwards, brother, Craig, Colo. 

485. Melvin L. Edwards, father, R. F. D. 6, Sterling, Ks. 

486. . 

487. Edna Florence Young, sister. 1340 Haskell Ave., I>awreuce, Ks. 

488. Mrs. Laura Ehlers. mother, R. F. D. 2, Dresden, Ks. 

489. John Ehrlick. Marion, Ks. 

490. Mrs. Sarah Eilts, wife. Rush Center, Ks. 

491. Wes E. Elarton, father, Dexter, Ks. 

492. Mrs. L. M. Elkinton, mother, Parker, Ks. 

493. John Ellenberger, father, 1010 Merchant St., Emporia, Ks. 

494. Mrs. Lena M. Elliott, mother, 725 7th St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

495. Mrs. Bertha Ellis, mother, R. F. D. 1, Flush, Ks. 

496. Mrs. Laura Ellis, mother, 215 The Drive, Topeka, Ks. 

497. Mrs. Ida Ellison (no relation), Jamestown, Ks. 

498. Mrs. Honour Ellison, mother, Scammon, Ks. 

499. Mrs. Vada Bowman, sister, Wildona, Colo. 

500. Mrs. V. Elstum, wife. 1915 Parallel Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 
hQl. John W. Elwick, father, 509 West 7th St., Abilene, Ks. 

502. Hans Enburg, father, Weskan, Ks. 

503. Mrs. A. A. Engstrom. mother, Oberlin, Ks. 

504. Leslie M. Enyeart, father. Alden, Ks. 

505. Peter Eresch, father, Beloit, Ks. 

506. Daniel Erickson, father, general delivery, Wayne, Ks. 

507. Mrs. Ida Erickson, mother, 15 Franklin Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

508. Mrs. Adah Esmond, mother, 417 West Jackson St.. lola, Ks. 

509. . 

510. J. A. Evans, father, Route 2, Cedar Vale, Ks. 

511. John P. Everett, father, Ottawa St., De Soto, Ks. 

512. James Middleton, brother-in-law. R. F. D. 1, Woodbine, Ks. 

513. . 

514. . 



515. Mrs. Eliza Ewing. mother. 613 Pottawatomie St.. Leavenworth, Ks. 

516. Byron A. Ewing. father, 732 N. 3d St., Lawrence Ks. 

517. William F. Fairchild, father, R. F. D. 2, Earlton, Ks. 

518. Mrs. Matilda Foster, mother, R. F. D. 1, Elmdale, Ks. 

519. James D. Farris, father, Norwich, Ks. 

520. David Fawcett. sr., father, R. F. D. 1, Norcatur, Ks. 

521. Ulysses Grant Feasel, father, R. F. D. 3, Concordia, Ks. 

522. George N. Featherkyle, father, Robstown, Texas. 

523. Mrs. George A. Fellman, mother, R. F. D. 4, Leavenworth, Ks. 

524. Abraham Fenoglio. brother. Mulberry, Ks. 

525. Charles Fenno, father, Goodland, Ks. 

526. Clarence F. Fenton, father, 622 W. B St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

527. James Ferguson, father, Eskridge, Ks. 

528. Mrs. Amelia Ferguson, mother, Lyons, Ks. 

529. Nora Patterson, sister, R. F. D. 2, Grenola, Ks. 
530. . 



531. Raymond Fessenden, father, Cherokee, Ks. 

532. Thomas Fife, father, R. F. D. 8, Winfield, Ks. 

533. David Milton Findley, father, Route 1, Penokee, Ks. 

534. Mrs. Mary Finley, mother, 1317 N. 10th St., Kansas City, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 139 

535. John W. Finnell, 610 E. 5th St., Newton, Ks. 

536. A. L. Finney, father, Cambridge, Ks. 

537. Liugi Fiori, father, Clifton, N. J. 

538. Gominico Fiorinzi, brother, general delivery. Gross, Ks. 

539. John Fischer, father, R. F. D. 2, Korn, Okla. 

540. William P. Fish, general delivery, Skiddy, Ks. 

541. . 

542. . 



543. Mrs. Olive Angelia Fitch, mother, Pleasanton, Neb. 

544. James J. Fitzpatrick, father, St. Marys, Ks. 

545. James T. Fitzpatrick, father, R. F. D. 7, Richland, Ks. 

546. John Fleming, father. Atchison, Ks. 

547. Mrs. Mary Fleming, Arkansas City, Ks. 

548. Mrs. Kate Fleming, mother, 1803 Seward Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

549. W. E. Fletcher, father, box 455, Norton, Ks. 

550. Mrs. Hazel B. Flint, wife, R. F. D. 1, Milo, Ks. 

551. Mrs. Mary Flook, mother, Waterville, Ks. 

552. Wurt Folkers, father, Nashville, Ks. 

553. . 



554. George R. Ford, father, Noxie, Okla. 

555. Richmond Y. Ford, sr., 1438 Tyler St., Topeka, Ks. 

556. C. J. Forgey, father, Calhan, Colo. 

557. Ernest Holm, brother-in-law, general delivery, Lindsborg, Ks. 

558. Miss Anna Foresberg, sister, Logan, Ks. 

559. Mrs. Elizabeth Forsythe, mother, 506 W. 8fh St., Pitt.sburg, Ks. 

560. Morris M. Fosdiok, father, Dighton, Ks. 

561. Mrs. Dora Fornight. mother, Burlington, Ks. 

562. George T. Poster, falher. 235 N. St. Clair Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

563. Mrs. E. Melvin, aunt, Greenfield, 111. 

564. Mrs. Ella Foster, mother, 216 E. Carpenter St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

565. Augustia W. Foulk, father, Calista, Ks. 

566. William Fowler, father, R. F. D. 4, Oswego, Ks. 

567. Charles E. Pox, father, 238 N. 18th St., Kansas City. Ks. 

568. Mrs. Eva L. Fox. motlier, Grenola, Ks. 

569. Ollie L. Frakes, mother, R. F. D. 5, Paola, Ks. 

570. Charles Joseph Frank, father, Irving, Ks. 

571. Mrs. Pearl E. Franklin, wife, R. F. D. 1, Morland, Ks. 

572. Mrs. Alice Frary. mother. 706 S. Wilson St., Fort Scott, Ks. 

573. Mrs. Minnie Eraser, Moundridge, Ks. 

574. William C. Frazer, father, Irene, Ks. 

575. Mrs. Hattie Freed, mother, Anthony, Ks. 

576. Mrs. Ida May Free!, R. F. D. 1, Elmont, Ks. 

577. Mrs. Mary Freeman, mother, Beloit, Ks. 

578. Mrs. Emma Prey, mother, R. F. D. 1, Coifeyville, Ks. 

579. . 



580. Nels P. Frost, father, Smolan, Ks. 

581. Ralph Fruehling, father, R. F. D. 2, Marysville, Ks. 

582. William Frye, father, 515 N. Steuben St., Chanute, Ks. 

583. George Fulk, father, Longton, Ks. 

584. Mrs. Anna Fuller, 607 N. Catalpa St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

585. William Edward Fulton, father, Niotaze, Ks. 

586. Mrs. Mary Johnson, guardian, Peabody, Ks. 

587. Louise Funke, father, Herkimer, Ks. 

588. J. W. Fury, father, Miltonvale, Ks. 

589. Ira T. Gabbert, father, 103 S. Market St., Caldwell, Ks. 

590. Mrs. Elizabeth Gadow, mother, 2d and Limit Sts., Leavenworth, Ks. 

591. Frederick W. Gahre, father, Wilson, Ks. 

592. Mrs. Ella Cattron, mother, 929 N. Market St., Wichita, Ks. 

593. Miss Lettie Gallins, sister, 215 Garfield Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

594. Thomas F. Gallivan, brother, Colto Armory, Hartford, Conn. 

595. George Gano, general delivery, Washington, Ks. 



140 Adjutant General's Department. 

596. W. N. Gard, father, Dwight, Ks. 

597. R. P. Garnett, father, Cleveland, Ks. 

598. Andrew J. Garrett, father, general delivery, Ottawa, Ks. 

599. Mrs. Lissie Garrison, mother, 208 N. Pine St., Pratt, Ks. 

600. Mrs. Rosie McCollin.s, sister, 1122 Splitlog Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

601. Mrs. Eva Gates, mother, Ale.xander, Ks. 

602. Joseiah S. Gause, father, Haviland, Ks. 

603. Mrs. Margaret S. Gay, wife, 332 S. Lawrence Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

604. James H. Gear, father, 705 East St., Tola, Ks. 

605. John Geisinger, father, R. F. D. 2, Selden, Ks. 

606. Ira H. George, father, Linn Creek, Mo. 

607. Mrs. Anges Gersic, mother, 266 N. 5th St., Kansas City, Mo. 

608. John H. Giager. father, general delivery, .\ltamont. Ks. 

609. Jasper Gibbs, brother, Jetmore, Ks. 

610. Jasper Gibbs, father, Jetmore, Ks. 

611. George Washington Gibson, sr., Effingham, Ks. 

612. Mrs. Grace Olive Burdett, mother, Esbon, Ks. 

613. Samuel Clinton Gilbert, father, R. F. D. 3, Emporia, Ks. 

614. Reuben Gilbert, father, Lincolnville, Ks. 

615. Miss Velda E. Stewart, friend, 1324 Laramie St.. Manhattan, Ks. 

616. Roy Short, brother, R. P. D. 4, Fredonia, Ks. 

617. . 

618. Mrs. Mina Gill, mother, Lyndon, Ks. 

619. Mrs. Elijah C. Gillen. mother, R. F. D. 7, Independence. Ks. 

620. R. H. Gilliespie, father, R. F. D. 3, Coffeyville, Ks. 

621. Mrs. Minta Gilliland, R. F. D. 1, Maple City, Ks. 

622. John M. Gillock. father, Hutchinson, Ks. 

623. James H. Gilnwiro, father, R. F. I). 1, Cuba, Ks. 

624. . 

625. Miles Gjonovich, brother. 2216 N. 4lh St., Kansas City, Ks. 

626. . 

627. William Glockie, father, Havana, Ks. 

628. Mae Marsteller, sister. Route 1, Solomon, Ks. 

629. — . 



630. Mrs. Josephine Goad, mother, Kinsley, Ks. 

631. Robert G. Goff, father, R. F. D. 1, Horse Branch, Ky. 

632. Mrs. Anna Goode, mother, 3106 Orvjlle Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

633. James A. Goodrich, father, R. F. D. 2, Long Island, Ks. 

634. Mrs. Mary L. Goodsell, wife, 2138 Lincoln St., Topeka, Ks. 

635. Mrs. Rose Champe, sister, Saxman, Ks. 

636. Pink Gordon, brother, Amarillo, Te.vas. 

637. D. H. Hall, Muscotah, Ks. 

638. Mrs. Barbara E. Gordon, mother, Belleville, Ks. 

639. Andrew J. Gorges, father, R. F. D. 2, Wamego, Ks. 

640. J. A. Gor»ly, father, 125 W. 2d St., Junction City, Ks. 

641. Mrs. Katie Gossett, mother, 1437 Wabash St., Wichita, Ks. 

642. Mrs. A. W. Lackey, mother, Douglass, Ks. 

643. Mrs. Emma F. Gluck, mother, 318 Grand Ave., Leavenworth, Ks. 

644. William Gough, brother, 502 X. Steuben St., Chanute, Ks. 

645. Mrs. .^nna Graf, mother, Munjor, Ks. 

646. Mrs. Dollie Graham, mother. Galena, Ks. 

647. Aleck Graham, father, 921 N. Locust St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

648. George Grant, father, R. F. D. 1, Parker, Ks. 

649. Zachary T. Grant, father, Burlington, Ks. 

650. Mrs. Ida M. Vance, R. F. D. 1, Chetopa, Ks. 

651. John S. Graves, father, 32d and State .Vve., Kansas City, Ks. 

652. Mrs. Florence Gray, mother, Jewell Cjty, Ks. 

653. William A. Gray, father, Harwood, Mo. 

654. Mrs. Letta Gray, mother, 802 N. 10th St.. Beatrice, Xeb. 

655. Frank Greacian, father. Hill City, Ks. 

656. Mrs. Lulu Frazer, Independence, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 141 

657. Mrs. Lilly Green, mother, Florence, Ks. 

658. Christ Green, father, Newton, Ks. 

B59. Mrs. Amelia Green, mother, R. F. D. 4, Paola, Ks. 

660. Oakley Ross Green, father, Beloit, Ks. 

661. W. M. Greene, Centralia, Ks. 

662. Mrs. Bertie C. Shaefer, sister. Garden City, Ks. 

663. Byron B. Gregg, father, Stockdale, Ks. 

664. A. H. Gregory, father, box 34, Oxford, Neb. 

665. James W. Grennan, father, Burlington, Ks. 

666. John Gress, father, Seneca, Ks. 

667. Mrs. Ida Bollinger, mother, Watonga, Okla. 

668. Mrs. Alta Griffith, mother, 502 W. 12th St., Coflfeyville, Ks. 

669. John Groth, cousin, general delivery, Sterling, Ks. 

670. Dewey C. Grover, father, Stockton, Ks. 

671. Julia May Jacobs, mother. Route 4, Dallas, Texas. 

672. Mrs. Viola Lucas, grandmother, 425 Neosho St., Emporia, Ks. 

673. . 

674. Mrs. Edna L. Lof. Gryboski, wife, Kinsley, Ks. 

675. Mrs. Elizabeth Guggisberg, mother, R. F. D. 1, Burns, Ks. 

676. Mrs. Dora Gunston, mother, Hoxie, Ks. 

677. John Guntermann, brother, Scranton, Ks. 

678. David Gustafson, brother, Cleburne, Ks. 

679. Charley Gutschenritter, father, Oskaloosa, Ks. 

680. Alfred Guy, father, Muscotah, Ks. 

681. Mrs. May Guy, wife, 405 S. Emporia Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

682. Elijah L. Guy, father, R. F. D. 3, Osawatomie, Ks. 

683. Charles W. Woolwine, guardian, Dodge City, Ks. 

684. Mrs. Martha M. Hacke, mother, R. F. D. 1, Greenwich, Ks. 

685. Mike Hadaehek, father, R. F. D. 3, Cuba, Ks. 

686. Mrs. W. M. Hewitt, mother, 1806 Grand Ave., Leavenworth, Ks. 

687. Mrs. Susie Hagerman, mother. Medicine Lodge, Ks. 
688. . 

689. Charles F. Hale, father, Neodesha, Ks. 

690. Frank Hall, father, Russell, Ks. 

691. Mrs. Clara H. Hall, mother, 118 S. Kansas Ave., Chanute, Ks. 

692. Henry Hallau, father, R, F. D. 1, Shores, Va. 

693. John D. Hamil, father, R. F. D. 2, Tonganoxie, Ks. 

694. Jake Hamman, father, 352 W. Front St., Cherryvale, Ks. 

695. Frank L. Hanawalt, father, R. F. D. 4, Jewell, Ks. 

696. Emma A. Hancock, mother, R. F. D. 2, Mankato, Ks. 

697. Mrs. Bell Hand, mother, Louisburg, Ks. 

698. . 

699. Milton Hankison, father, R. F. D. 1, Wauneta, Ks. 

700. Miss Florence Goodwine, cousin, 246 N. Topeka Ave., Wichita, K». ' 

701. George W. Hanlin, brother, Osawatomie, Ks. 

702. Mrs. Julia F. Hanna, wife, Burlingame, Ks. 

703. Mrs. Nettie Jaynes, sister, R. F. D. 1, Alexander, Ks. 

704. Swan B. Hansen, father, box 313, McPherson, Ks. 

705. Mrs. Hattie Lambin, mother, Wellsville, Ks. 

706. Anton Hanzlick, father, R. F. D. 3, Belleville, Ks. 

707. Peter Happ, father, R. F. D. 2, Palmer, Ks. 

708. Mrs. Emma Harbeson, mother, Dearing, Ks. 

709. Mrs. Barbara Harden, mother, Syracuse, Ks. 

710. William F. Harding, father, 424 5th Ave., Leavenworth, Ks. 

711. Mrs. Bell Hardy, wife, Delphos, Ks. 

712. Mrs. Bird Harkey. mother, 110 S. Broadway, Fort Scott, Ks. 

713. Mort Harman, father, Fredonia, Ks. 

714. Mrs. Emma F. Harmonson, mother, Norton, Ks. 

715. Charles M. Harness, father, Mankato, Ks. 

716. . 



717. Mrs. Maude Barnum, sister, 161 W. 95th St., New York, N. T. 



142 Adjutant General's Department. 

718. Mrs. Dora B. Harris, mother, 4472 San Francisco Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

719. J. R. Harrold, father, 343 Ellis Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

720. Mrs. Mary B. Hart, wife, care of J. Paul, 315 E. 6th St., Olympia, Wash. 

721. . 

722. Mrs. Florence B. Hartshorn, mother, 156 Blk. W, Pueblo, Colo. 

723. Mrs. Tillie A. Harvey, mother, Quinter, Ks. 

724. J. B. Haslett, father, Paola, Ks. 

725. John Hasstedt, father, R. F. D. 1, Piqua, Ks. 

726. Mrs. James Haston, mother, Sterling, Ks. 

727. Mrs. Susie Hathaway, wife, Anthony, Ks. 

728. . 

729. Mrs. Cora Haury. wife, Newton, Ks. 

730. Ira Hawkins, father, Jetmore, Ks. 

731. French Hawkins, father. Harper, Ks. 

732. Mrs. Cora Hawley, mother, Horton, Ks. 
738. Mrs. Etta Hayden, mother, Opolis, Ks. 

734. Dolph S. Hayden, stepfather, Windom, Ks. 

735. Mrs. Mandy Haynes, mother, 608 Steppo St., Kansas City, Mo. 

736. James B. Haywood, father. R. F. D. 1, Bushong, Ks. 

737. Caleb Heald, father, Goff. Ks. 

738. James Healy, Great Valley, New York. 

739. Mrs. Margaret Healy, mother, Lincoln, Ks. 

740. Mrs. Elizabeth Heffner. mother, Lyons, Ks. 

741. Mrs. William Heflfron, mother, R. F. D. 1, Lookeba, Okla. 

742. Mrs. G. A. Hage, mother, 116 W. 12th Ave., Emporia, Ks. 

743. Mrs. Helen Heidle, mother, R. F. D. 6, Junction City, Ks. 

744. Ben Heigert, father, R. F. D. 2, Paxico, Ks. 

745. Anton Heim, father, St. Marys, Ks. 

746. James E. Heintz, brother, Elkhart, Ks. 



747. . 

748. . 

749. Ma.x R. Hellstrom. father, R. F. D. 18, Richland, Ks. 

750. Mrs. C. G. Helmer. mother. Republic, Ks. 

751. Mrs. Florence M. Helsel, wife, luka, Ks. 

752. Mrs. Katie McKictrick, sister, 2449 Stout St., Denver, Colo. 

753. William H. Henderson, brother, Louisville, Ks. 

754. James M. Hendricks, father, Erie, Ks. 

755. Mrs. Elizabeth Hendricks, mother, Axtell, Ks. 

756. John Henner, father, R. F. D. 1, Maple Hill. Ks. 

757. Louis Hennuy, father, Arma, Ks. 

758. Thomas Henry, father, Seneca, Ks. 

759. John W. Henry, sr., father, Lorraine, Ks. 

760. Mrs. Lillian Dudley, friend, 1032 N. 8th St., Atchison, Ks. 

761. Mrs. Rose Hentsehell, mother, Richfield, Ks. 

762. Mrs. Addie Herd, wife, 828 Mississippi St., Lawrence, Ks. 

763. Mrs. Susan T. Herman, mother, R. F. D. 28, Topeka, Ks. 

764. Leonard Herman, brother, Selma, Ks. 

765. John Herrell, father, Stafford, Ks. 

766. George W. Hersh, father, Frankfort, Ks. 

767. Fred Her^ig, father, Meherrin, Va. 

768. Jacob Hess, father, R. F. D. 1, Hill City, Ks. 

769. C. D. Hestwood, father, Liberal, Ks. 

770. Mrs. Ethel L. Wagoner, mother, Dearing, Ks. 

771. Mrs. Willa Hickcox, mother, 225 Hancock St., Topeka, Ks. 

772. Mrs. Maimie Stiver, niece, Council GrovS, Ks. 

773. Charles Hicks, sr., father, Linwood, Ks. 

774. Walter S. Higgins, father, box 50, Hayne, Ks. 

775. Mrs. Belle Higgins, mother, R. F. D. 1, Hays, Ks. 

776. Amos C. Hillegus, brother. R. F. D. 3, Chetopa, Ks. 

777. Miss Hazel Hiues, sister, Ellinwood, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 143 

778. Frank O. Hines, father, 111 Main St., Nedoesha, Ks. 

779. Mrs. Melissa Hinkle, mother, 410 Brown St., Osawatomie, Ks. 

780. Nathan Hinkle, fattier, Forgan, Okla. 

781. William F. Hinkley, father, 1118 Wyoming St., Kansas City, Ks. 

782. Carl Hitchcock, father, R. F. D. 3, Jamestown, Ks. 

783. Fred Hobson, father, Bartlett, Ks. 

784. William L. Hodgson, uncle, Hutchinson, Ks. 

785. Fred A. Hodler, brother, R. F. D. 2, Beloit, Ks. 

786. Mrs. Harriet Hoeb, mother, Orion, Ks. 

787. Michael Hoehn, father, R. F. D. 2, Lenexa, Ks. 

788. Joseph HofBinger, father. Garrison, Ks. 

789. Arthur B. Hoffman, father. Reece, Ks. 

790. Charles Hoffman, father, R. F. D. 1, Hope, Ks. 

791. John Hoffman, father. R. F. D. 1, Nortonville, Ks. 

792. James Hogan, sr., father, Natoma, Ks. 

793. Mrs. James G. Weeks, sister, 1614 W. i7th St., Topeka, Ks. 

794. John Hohn, father. Westmoreland, Ks. 

795. Mrs. Sadie Holding, mother, St. Paul, Ks. 

796. Mrs. Dora Holeman, mother, Selma, Ks. 

797. Mrs. Sallie A. Hollingsworth, mother. La Harpe, Ks. 

798. Joel Holmgren, father. R. F. D. 2, Bridgeport, Ks. 

799. John E. Holm, father, R. F. D. 1, Garrison, Ks. 

800. Mrs. Novelle Holman, mother, R. F. D. 1, Weir, Ks. 

801. Mrs. Nettie Holmes, mother, Syracuse, Ks. 

802. Mrs. Josephine Holmes, wife, R. F. D. 5, Hartford, Ks. 

803. Mrs. Olive E. Holmes, sister, Motor Route A, Ness City, Ks. 

804. P. B. Holmes, father, Douglas, Ks. 

805. Mrs. Josie A. Holmes , mother, Langdon, Ks. 

806. Evelon G. Hood, father, 514 E. 2d St., Newton, Ks. 

807. John Hood, father, Washington, Ks. 

808. Mrs. Rosie L. Hoofer, mother, R. F. D. 1, La Crosse, Ks. 

809. . 

810. J. W. Hopkins, father, Lebanon, Ks. 

811. Henry Hopp, father, Oronogo, Mo. 

812. Stephen A. Hoppas, father, R. F. D. 2, Dresden, Ks. 

813. Mrs. Minnie Davis, mother, Vermilion, Ks. 

814. Mrs. Blanche Horton, wife, R. F. D. 1, Perry, Ks. 

815. . 

816. Alf. Houghton, father. Mound City, Ks. 

817. Mrs. Catherine Rhods. mother, Walnut, Ks. 

818. Charles P. Hovey, father, R. F. D. 2, Miltonvale, Ks. 

819. Mrs. Minnie M. Howard, mother, 727 Ave. B East, Hutchinson. Ks. 

820. James Howell, father, R. F. D. 1, Almena, Ks. 

821. A. Oscar Hubbard, father, Garnett, Ks. 

822. Mrs. Etta Hyes. friend, Atwood, Ks. 

823. William T. Asher, brother-in-law, R. F. D. 4, Wetumka, Okla. 

824. Mrs. Mollie Huckleberry, mother, R. F. D. 2, Galesburg, Ks. 

825. Mrs. Elizabeth Hudson, mother, Oskaloosa, Ks. 

826. J. A. Huff, father, 425 S. Oak St., Ottawa, Ks. 

827. Simon J. Huffer, father,. R. F. D. 4, Elk City, Ks. 

828. Jim Huffman, father, Hest (via Ava), Mo. 

829. Mrs. Jesse Hughes, mother, Yates Center, Ks. 

830. Miss May Hughes, sister, R. F. D. 1, Scammon, Ks. 

831. Mrs. Annie Hughes, mother, R. F. D. 3, Norton, Ks. 

832. Mrs. Lottie Hughey, mother, 1219 Sumner St., Kansas City, Ks. 

833. Rolland Huitt, brother, 1912 W. 15th St., Topeka, Ks. 

834. Harry Humble, father, box 235, Elkhart, Ks. 

835. Mrs. Henrietta Hundley, 13 Atchison St., Atchison, Ks. 
836. . 



837. Charles Hunt, father, 709 Cedar, Ottawa, Ks. 

838. Robert Davis, brother-in-law, Buffalo, Okla. 



144 Adjutant General's Department. 

839. Hillaid Hunter, father, 811 Elm St., Lawrence, Ks. 

840. Samuel T. Hunter, father, R. F. D. 1, Perry, Ks. 

841. Miss Mattie Hurd, sister, Luray, Ks. , 

842. Dexter Hurlbert, father, box 24, "Waco, Mo. 

843. Harvey Hutchens, father. Elk City, Ks. 

844. Mrs. Elizabeth Hutchinson, mother, box 136, Mulberry. Ks. 

845. Bert Hutton, brother, 505 University St., Wichita, Ks. 

846. John Ifland, father. Smith Center, Ks. 

847. James England, uncle, 112 N. Main St., Neosho, Mo. 

848. Mrs. Lillie lugraham, mother, Belmont, W. Va. 

849. William E. Ireland, father, Yates Center, Ks. 

850. Henry S. Ireton, father, R. F. D. 8, Winfield, Ks. 

851. Charles M. Irwin, father, Le Roy, Ks. 

852. Mrs. Jane Irwin, mother, Oskaloosa, Ks. 

853. James Irwin, Mulvane, Ks. 

854. Nathan Isaacs, brother, Meriden, Ks. 

855. Mrs. 'Alberttnes Isaacson, mother, Courtland, Ks. 

856. Ben Van Dalsen, friend, Fairview, Ks. 

857. Mrs. Dollie Ison, wife, 1714 Waba.sh Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

858. Benjamin H. Jackson, father, Elden, Mo. 

859. Hon. W. A. Jackson, father, Atchison, Ks. 

860. -. 

861. Mrs. Emma James, wife, R. F. D. 2, Putnam, Okla. 

862. Andrew F. New, stepfather, R. F. D. 6, Washington, Ks. 

863. Elmer James, brother, Madison, Ks. 

864. Robert Janne, father, R. F. D. 3, Dorrance, Ks. 

865. Miss Sarah G. Barrier, aunt. Eureka, Ks. 

866. D. W. Jeffers, father, Centerville, Ks. 

867. Mi-s. Ella E. Jeffords, mother, 736 Quindaro Blvd., Kansas City, Ks. 

868. Charles Pickett, grandfather, 115 N. Mam St., Galena, Ks. 

869. Mrs. Matilda M. Jennings, mother. Route 3, Waterville, Ks. 

870. Ellis Jennings, father. Smith Center, Ks. 

871. Mrs. Minnie Jennings, mother, Scammon, Ks. 

872. Mrs. Katie Tremer, mother, 513 S. 1st St., Abilene, Ks. 

873. Mrs. R. W. Jeromy, mother. Emporia, Ks. 

874. Mrs. J. E. Jessen, mother. Mission, Texas. 

875. James A. Jessop, father, R. F. D. 1, Lyndon, Ks. 

876. Ed. Jewell, father, Canton, Ks. 
877. . 

878. Mrs. Mary Johnson, mother, 433 W. 36th St., Newton, Ks. 

879. Mrs. May Johnson, mother, Kanopolis, Ks. 

880. John E. Johnson, brother, Grainfield, Ks. 

881. Mrs. Mary Johnson, mother, 428 Cottonwood St., Emporia, Ks. 

882. Mrs. Sarah Johnson, mother, Lingle, Wyo. 

883. Mrs. Sarah Johnson, mother, 601 Spruce St., Wamego, Ks. 

884. Mrs. Falitha Brown, sister, 108 S. Central Ave., Chanute, Ks. 

885. . 

886. Roy L. Johnson, brother, Luray, Ks. 

887. Louis Johnson, brother, K. F. D. 2, Fredonia, Ks. 

888. Gilbert W. Johnson, father, R. F. D. 2, Redfield, Ks. 

889. John Johnson, father, R. F. D. 1, Roseland, Ks. 

890. Eric Johnson, father, R. F. D. 1, Herndon, Ks. 

891. Mrs. 'Eliza Ganley, sister, Ringwood, Okla. 

892. Mrs. S. J. Johnson, Blackwell, Okla. 

893. Charles F. Jones, father, Neosho Rapids, Ks. 

894. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Jones, 1508 Tyler St., Topeka, Ks. 



895. . 

896. Mrs. Linda Jones, 1734 Packson Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

897. R. R. Jones, father, 709 Clay St., Topeka, Ks. 

898. Ben J. Jones, father, 307 S. Poplar St., Wichita, Ks. 

899. Mrs. Laura Jones, wife, Douglass, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 145 

900. H. Llewellyn Jones, father, Meade, Ks. 

901. Mrs. Chaney Jone.s, mother, 416 Michigan Ave., Lawrence, Ks. 

902. Prank Jones, father, Netawaka, Ks. 

903. John L. Jones, father, Moran, Ks. 

904. Mitchell Jordan, father, Yoder, Ks. 

905. Mrs. Eva Jordan, mother, W. 6th St., Abilene, Ks. 

906. Mrs. Julia Joyce, mother, 214 Osage St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

907. Mrs. Sarah Judd, mother, Wathena, Ks. 

908. . 



909. Mrs. Katie Kaiser, mother, K. F. D. 4. Phillipsburg, Ks. 

910. John F. Karnatz, father, Burr Oak, Ks. 

911. John F. Karnatz, father. Burr Oak, Ks. 

912. Wesley Kasha, father, R. F. D. 1, Narka, Ks. 

913. Herman W. Kastens, father. Route 4, Anthony, Ks. 

914. James A. Kaufman, father, R. F. D. 1, Penokee, Ks. 

915. Dave Kaufman, father. Roper, Ks. 

916. Mrs. Lizzie Kearns, mother, 421 Alabama St., Lawrence, Ks. 

917. Adam H. Keck, father, 1916 Steavens St., Parsons, Ks. 

918. Mrs. Mary E. Cox, mother, general delivery. New Albany, Ks. 

919. Mrs. Alice Keefer, mother, general delivery, Tampa, Ks. 

920. John Keeler, father, Hudson, Ks. 

921. James E. Keeler, fatlier, Barnard, Ks. 

922. Mrs. Mollie Keelin, mother, 800 Wood St., Galena, 'Ks. 

923. George Keeney, father, R. F. D. 3, Onaga, Ks. 

924. William Kehr, father, R. F. D. 1, Burns, Ks. 

925. Sarah J. Keith, mother, Route 5, Columbus, Ks. 

926. . 



927. Mrs. Hanah Parks, mother. Miller, Ks. 

928. Mrs. Lottie E. Kelley, wife, R. F. D. 2, Aurora, Mo. 

929. Mrs. Louella Nelson, mother, 302 W. 3d St., Paola, Ks. 

930. Matt Kelley, father, Oketo, Ks. 

931. Mrs. Olive Kelsey, mother, R. F. D. 1, Tongano.xie, Ks. 

932. Mrs. Mattie Kelsey, mother, Easton, Ks. 

933. James N. Kemp, father, 615 Alma St., Saint Marys, Ks. 

934. Robert H. Kendall, father, Delavan, Ks. 

935. Mrs. Emma Kennedy, mother, 82 6 Massachussetts St., Lawrence, Ks. 

936. Rev. Charles N. Kessler, father, general delivery, Cheney, Ks. 

937. . 



938. George W. Kice, father, 502 New York Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

939. Mrs. Sophronia Kile, mother, Cabool, Mo. 

940. Sidney B. Kimble, father, Tyrone, Okla. 

941. Alor W. King, father, Harris, Ks. 

942. Othe E. King, father, R. F. D. 1, Douglass, Ks. 

943. . 



944. Arthur S. Kingsbury, father. Smith Center, Ks. 

945. Mrs. Mary Kinnard, wife, Williamsburg, Ks. 

946. Helena Robbins, sister, 747 S. Water St., Wichita, Ks. 

947. Mrs. Mary A. Kirby, mother, N. College Ave., Fort Collins, Colo. 

948. Frank Kirkbride. father, R. F. D. 1, Barnard, Ks. 

949. Mrs. Mary A. Kirkpatrick, mother, R. F. D. 1, Geuda Springs, Ks. 

950. Mrs. Kate Kirschbaum, mother, general delivery. Downs, Ks. 

951. Elias Kitterman, father, Longton, Ks. 

952. Wesley Klabsuba, father, R. F. D. 3, Belleville, Ks. 

953. Mrs. Katie Kleiner, mother. Route 1, Riley, Ks. 

954. Mrs. Nellie Kliewer, mother, R. F. D. 3, Newton, Ks. 

955. Charles Kline, father, R. F. D. 1, Lucerne, Ks. 

956. Samuel R. Kline, brother, box 277, Fleetwood, Pa. 

957. Fred Klinge, brother, 304 Leland St., Topeka, Ks. 

958. Mrs. Duvall Knarr, mother, Jewell City, Ks. 

959. Mrs. Jennie Knitig, mother, Selden, Ks. 

10 — World War — 4185 



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960. 

961. 

962. 

963. 

964. 

965. 

966. 

967. 

968. 

969. 

970. 

971. 

972. 

973. 

974. 

975. 

976. 

977. 

978. 

979. 

980. 

981. 

982. 

983. 

984. 

985. 

986. 

987. 

988. 

989. 
•990. 

991. 

992. 

993. 

994. 

995. 

996. 

997. 

998. 

999. 
1000. 
1001. 
1002. 
1003. 
1004. 
1005. 
lOOC. 
1007. 
1008. 
1009. 
1010. 
1011. 
1012. 
1013. 
1014. 
1015. 
1016. 
1017. 
1018. 
1019. 



Mrs. Margaret Knoblauch, wife, R. F. D. 2, Cheney, Ks. 

John Chambers, cousin, Wells, Ks. 

Mrs. George W. Knowles, mother. Belle Plaine, Ks. 

Mrs. Ruth Knowlton, wife, Randall, Ks. 

Mrs. Katie Knox, mother, Svlvan Grove, Ks. 



Mrs. Mary Ahart, sister, 256 N. 2d St., Salina, Ks. 

Charles Kobi, father. White City, Texas. 

Andrew Kocher, father, R. F. D. 2, Mapleton, Ks. 

Henry C. Kohlmeier, father, R. F. D. 2, Linn, Ks. 

John Komarek, father, R. F. D. 6, Great Bend, Ks. 

H. J. Komantz, father. Glade, Ks. 

Lou Koons, mother, Augusta, Ks. 

George Korphage, father, R. F. D. 4, Madison, Ks. 

Mrs. John B. Kosakowski. wife, 308 Ottawa St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

George Kramer, father, Mankato, Ks. 

Mrs. Martha Krebaum, mother, Great Bend, Ks. 

John Krebs, father, Clay Center, Ks. 

Joseph Kren, father, 607, Altman Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. 

Henry Krenkle, father, Simpson, Ks. 

John Krentzel, father, Route 1, box 37, Hudson, Ks. 

Mrs. Kate Kreps, mother, 234 South College, Salina, Ks. 

John Kresin, father. Glen Elder, Ks. 

Mrs. Enrestine Kresin, mother, Route 1, Paola, Ks. 

Mrs. W. M. Gallon, sister, Fleming, Colo. 

Nick Krici, father. Route 1, box 128, Belgium, Wis. 

M:s. Mary Kubitscheck, mother, Brookville, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary Margaret Kubler, mother, 1907 N. Michigan, Pittsburg, Ks. 

^\ illiam Kuhlmann, father, Hermann, Mo. 

Mrs. Rosie Kurz, mother, Kendall, Ks. 

Peter Labarge, father, R. F. D. 2, Clyde Ks. 

Edward Lacey, father, Corbin, Ks. 

Mrs. Tillie Overstreet, mother, Ansley, La. 

J. A. Lahman, father, Winona, Ks. 

Add Lamb, father, Americus, Ks. 

W. B. Lamb, father, Esbon, Ks. 

James A. Lambert, father, Montana, Ks. 

W. F. Lammey, father. Smith Center, Ks. 

Charles Lamson, father, R. F. D. 1, Little River, Ks. 

Mrs. Rosa Rotzenhart, sister, care Geo. Ladner, Ouaga, Ks. 

Mrs. Emma Landis, 655 Green St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Haddock W. Lane, father, box 373, Liberal, Ks. 

Charles Lane, Quincy, Ks. 



Mrs. F. J. Langor, mother. Great Bend, Ks. 
Levi Lantis, father, R. F. D. 3, Ottawa, Ks. 
Jessie M. Largent, mother, Seneca, Ks. 



Ola G. La Rue, wife, Woodston, Ks. 

Marion Lasswell, father, R. F. D. 14, Rossville, Ks. 

C. W. Latham, father. Glen Elder, Ks. 

Daniel Lauteret, father, R. F. D. 2, Monett, Mo. 

Walter Lawrence, father. Chapman, Ks. 

Louise P. Lawson, mother, Eudora, Ks. 

Mrs. May M. Cobley, mother, Bonner Springs, Ks. 



Timothy Cummings, uncle, Basehor, Ks. 
David C. Leavel, father, 501 Exchange St., Emporia, Ks. 
Charles J. Ledbetter, father, R. F. D. 1, Canton, Ks. 
Mrs. Ollie Lee, mother, Walnut, Ks. 



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1020. 
1021. 
1022. 
1023. 
1024. 
1025. 
1026. 
1027. 
1028. 
1029. 
1030. 
1031. 
1032. 
1033. 
1034. 
1035. 
1036. 
1037. 
1038. 
1039. 
1040. 
1041. 
1042. 
1043. 
1044. 
1045. 
1046. 
1047. 
1048. 
1049. 
1050. 
1051. 
1052. 
1053. 
1054. 
1055. 
1056. 
1057. 
1058. 
1059. 
1060. 
1061. 
1062. 
1063. 
1064. 
1065. 
1066. 
1067. 
1068. 
1069. 
1070. 
1071. 
1072. 
1073, 
1074. 
1075. 
1076. 
1077. 
1078. 
1079. 



Mrs. Rebecca Leedy, mother, Cedar Vale, Ks. 

William A. Lefmann, father, Eudora, Ks. 

Charles M. Leggitt, father, R. F. D. 5, Belleville, Ks. 

Mrs. W. F. Leland, wife, Ardmore, Okla. 

Charlie Lemmie, father, R. F. D. 2, Allen, Ks. 

F. W. Lennen, father. Soldier, Ks. 
James Leonard, father. Rose, Ks. 

Peter C. Levens, father, R. F. D. 1, Turon, Ks. 

Mrs. Helen Locknayns, mother, Wetmore, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary Leupold, mother, Frankfort, Ks. 

Ambrose M. Lewellen, father, Gaylord, Ks. 

Mrs. Cora G. Lewis, mother, Kinsley, Ks. 

Mrs. Katherine Cox, mother, Neosho Falls, Ks. 

Mrs. Fanny Lillis, Winchester, Ks. 

Henry Limper, father, Edwardsport, Ind. 

Charles Lindsay, father, R. F. D. 2, La-i\Tenceville. HI. 

Larsen J. Lindstrom, father, R. F. D. 4, Oswego, Ks. 

Mrs. Sarah Linger, mother, R. F. D. 27, Topeka, Ks. 

Lafe Linnell, father, Almena, Ks. 

Mrs. .Jennie Overstreet, mother, 2025 Edith St., Murphysboro. 111. 

Mrs. Catherine Livingston, mother, R. F. D. 2, Stockton, Ks. 

Mrs. Susan A. Livingston, mother. Kanopolis, Ks. 

Mrs. Anna Lobb, mother, McLovith Ks. 

Mrs. Dell Lochrie, mother, 713 S. 11th St., Kansas City, Ks. 

Frank C. Loekwood, father, Duquoin, Ks. 

Mrs. Olive Boltinghouse, mother, 2033 Buchanan St.. Topeka, Ks. 

Mrs. S. S. Lofstead, wife, Ogallah, Ks. 

Charley L. London, brother, R. F. D. 3, Tarkio, Mo. 

Mrs. Walter Long, St. John, Ks. 

Ora G. Long, father. Blue Mound, Ks. 

Oscar Longnecker, father, R. F. D. 3, Weir, Ks. 

Mrs. Katherine Lontkowsky, mother, 1609 Grand Ave., Pittsburg, Ks. 

George W. Lockingbill, father, Hiattville, Ks. 

Arthur D. Loomis, father, Cheney, Ks. 

Charles W. Loree, father, R. F. D. 2, Beloit, Ks. 

Mrs. Nellie Cartner, mother, 625 N. Franklin St., Junction City, Ks. 

William Love, brother, R. F. D. 1, Odin, HI. 

Mrs. Hanna W. Lovgren, wife, 1225 S. 7th St., Atchison, Ks. 

Mrs. Rose Halsted, mother. Gross, Ks. 

Frank Lucas, father, Nashville, Ks. 

Mrs. Irene Luker, mother, Lyons, Ks. 

G. W. Lundy, father, Fontanelle, Iowa. 

Mrs. John Luttijohann, wife, R. F. D. 4. Topeka, Ks. 

Mrs. Henry Lutz, mother, Holton, Ks. 

John M. Lynch, father, 201 B. 2d St., Garnett, Ks. 

William J. Lynn, father, 122 S. Hydraulic St., Wichita, Ks. 

Mrs. Hattie Lyon, mother, Lincoln, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary McAllister, mother, Burlington, Ks. 

Mrs. Mabel F. McCabe, wife, 1208 C Ave. East, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

Patrick McCarren, father, R. F. D. 5, Gower, Mo. 

Mrs. Una McLain Ault, sister, 810 W. Central St., Wichita, Ks. 

E. P. McClaran, father. Culver, Ks. 

Mrs. Blanche McClosky, wife, Agra, Ks. 

Francis J. McCoin, father, Goddard, Ks. 

Mrs. Susan McCollum, mother, Burlington, 

Robert McCombs, sr., father. Galena, Ks. 



Ks. 



Mrs. Wilmina L. McCormick, wife. Buhl, Idaho. 

Mrs. Stella Trammel, sister, box 83, Baxter Springs, Ks. 

William McCoy, father, 1020 Depot St., Peoria, lU. 



148 Adjutant General's Department. 

1080. Mrs. Mary McCoy, 2207 McCoy Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

1081. Mrs. Mary McCoy, mother, 2207 McCoy Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

1082. Dr. E. McCracken, father, Hiawatha, Ks. 

1083. Mrs. Mabel McCreary, mother, Osvi^ego, Ks. 

1084. Harry McCuIlough, father, Burlington, Ks. 

1085. Elum McCurtain, father, Hodgens, Okla. 

1086. R. G. McDaniel, father. Corning, Ks. 

1087. Mrs. Celia McDaniel, wife, Sabetha, Ks. 

1088. Clyde J. Boyd, uncle, Columbus, Ks. 

1089. Mrs. Maggie McDermott, mother, Portales, N. Mex. 

1090. Samuel McDonald, father, Howard, Ks. 

1091. Mrs. Minnie McDonald, mother, Logan, Ks. 

1092. Mrs. Johna May McDuffie, wife, Aubrey, Texas. 

1093. Charles McFadden, father. Great Bend, Ks. 

1094. John McFarland, father, Monrovia, Ks. 

1095. Mrs. Aletha McGriflf, wife, Liberal, Ks. 

1096. Mrs. Mary McKay, Florence, Ks. 

1097. Mrs. Anna M. McKee, mother, R. F. D. 5, Sterling, Ks. 

1098. Martin A. Gibson, father, McPherson, Ks. 

1099. John McKenzie, father, Kingman, Ks. 

1100. William McLane, father, R. F. D., Fowler, Ks. 

1101. Charles W. McMahan, father, R. F. D. 1, Paola, Ks. 

1102. B. S. McNeel, father, Meade, Ks. 

1103. James E. McMillen, father, Peabody, Ks. 

1104. William McMinimy, Frankfort. Ks. 

1105. Robert L. McMurray, father, R. F. D. 5, Parsons, Ks. 

1106. Mrs. Flcnora McNeeley, wife, 202 Branner St., Topeka, Ks. 

1107. Champ McXett, father, Hardtner, Ks. 

1108. Mrs. Julia M. McVey, mother, R. F. D. 2, La Harpe, Ks. 

1109. Mrs. Minnie McWilliams, mother. White Cloud, Ks. 

1110. Mrs. Alice Mack, mother, R. F. D. 2, Westfield, Pa. 

1111. Mrs. Myrtle Mack, wife, 330 N. James St., Kansas City, Ks. 

1112. Mi-ss Ella Madden, sister, R. F. D. 3, Lebo, Ks. 

1113. John Maddock, father, Manhattan, Ks. 

1114. Mrs. Lydia R. Magnuson, wife, 530 E. Marlin St., McPherson, Ks. 

1115. Mrs. Mary A. Mahoney, mother, R. F. D. 3, Yates Center, Ks. 

1116. Mrs. Mary Mairs, wife, 200 F East, Hutchinson, Ks. 

1117. Mrs. Mary Majors, mother, 1305 L St.. Atchison, Ks. 

1118. Mrs. George Malherbe, mother, Kaw City, Okla. 

1119. Mrs. Clara E. Malm, wife, McPherson, Ks. 

1120. Andrew W. Manley, father. 2308 N. 9th St., Kansas City, Ks. 

1121. Mrs. Mary Manning, mother, 252 N. 3d St., Salina, Ks. 

1122. Roy Manning, brother, Keokuk, Iowa. 

1123. Charles Marek, father, McCracken, Ks. 

1124. Frank L. Marcy, father, Milford, Ks. 

1125. Jonathan Markley, father, Oneida, Ks. 

1126. Mrs. Louise Castango, mother, box 227, West Mineral, Ks. 

1127. Joseph T. Marr, father, Lovewell, Ks. 

1128. Charley H. Marrs, father, Westphalia, Ks. 

1129. Mrs. Matilda W. Marshall, foster mother, 117 S. 4th St., Arkansas City, Ks. 

1130. John G. Marten, father, Onaga, Ks. 

1131. William Martin, brother, R. F. D. 2, Decatur, 111. 

1132. Mrs. Ethel Martin, wife, Burden, Ks. 

1133. James Martin, father, R. F. D. 2, Carbondale, Ks. 

1134. John W. Martin, father, Kiowa, Ks. 

1135. John C. Martin, father, R. F. D. 1, Boicourt, Ks. 

1136. . 

1137. Mrs. Metta H. Marymee, wife, McPherson, Ks. 

1138. . 

1139. Mrs. Mary E. Mason, mother, 612 N. Santa Fe St., Salina, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World Wa7\ 149 

1140. Miss Stella J. Massey, sister, Burlington, Ks. 

1141. George Faushier, friend, Great Bend, Ks. 

1142. Mrs. Bertha Armstrong, sister, 1807 Delmars Ave., Hollywood, Cal. 

1143. Henry Masterson, father. Corning, Ks. 

1144. Mrs. Frank J. Mather, Concordia, Ks. 

1145. James P. Mathes, father, Crowburg, Ks. 

1146. Mrs. Emeline Mathewson, mother, Edward (via. Fort Scott), Ks. 

1147. Walter C. Deal, brother-in-law, R. F. D. 5, Ottawa, Ks. 

1148. Miss Addie Matthews, sister, Mullinville, Ks. 

1149. Mrs. Virginia Mattingly, wife, 714 S. 16th St., Arkansas City, Ks. 

1150. Frank May, father, Lebanon, Ks. 

1151. John J. May, father, Jennings, Ks. 

1152. Mrs. Jessie A. May, mother, R. F. D. 1, Hartford, Ks. 

1153. Mrs. Sarah Meagher, mother, Lillis, Ks. 

1154. William H. McKinney, guardian, Smithville, Okla. 

1155. Asa Meek, father, Strawn, Ks. 
1156. . 

1157. Henry Mehl, 6tli & Chestnut, Leavenworth, Ks. 

1158. Andrew Melgren, father, R. F. D. 1, Cleburne, Ks. 

1159. Mrs. D. E. McCullum, mother, Lincoln Center, Ks. 

1160. William G. Melton, father, R. F. D. 16, box 2, Tecumseh, Ks. 

1161. Mrs. Eva W. Hinman, friend, Wakefield, Ks. 

1162. Mrs. Nellie Barlow, sister, 917 Halton, Joneslioro, Ark. 

1163. Fred Merillat, father. Enterprise, Ks. 

1164. Mrs. Olive V. Merrill, mother, 235 N. 5th St., Fredonia, Ks. 

1165. Manford Mettler, father, box 115-A, Drexel, Mo. 

1166. Mrs. Lula J. Metz, R. F. D. 1, Kingsdown, Ks. 

1167. Frank L. Metzker, father, Coldwater, Ks. 

1168. Otto A. Meyer, father, Cedar Point, Ks. 

1169. Bernard Meyer, father, R. F. D. 1, Belpre, Ks. 

1170. Henry Meyer, father, Sabetha, Ks. 

1171. Ed. J. Meyer, brother, R. F. D. 2, Great Bend, Ks. 

1172. Dr. J. H. Middlekauf, father. Hays City, Ks. 

1173. Mrs. Fannie L. Middlemass, wife, Somerset, Ks. 

1174. Roy Walworth, brother-in-law, Towanda, Ks. 

1175. W. G. Miesse, father, Marion, Ks. 

1176. Mrs. Mollie Miles, mother, 503 N. Grand St., Pittsburg. Ks. 

1177. John Miller, father, Ellsworth, Ks. 

1178. George Miller, brother, R. F. D. 10, Greeley, Ks. 

1179. Jonathan A. Miller, father, Hammond, Ks. 

1180. Mrs. Ella Hogan, aunt, Garfield, Ks. 

1181. Milton C. Miller, father, 141 Wabash Ave., Wichita, Ks. ^ 

1182. Mrs. Minta MuUeneix, mother, 1900 E. 10th St., Wichita, Ks. 

1183. John H. Miller, father, R. F. D. 1, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

1184. Mrs. Ella Henderson, mother, Grant City, Mo. 

1185. Henry Miller, brother, Moundridge, Ks. 

1186. J. H. Mills, father, Corning, Ks. 

1187. John Minet, father, Ingalls, Ks. 

1188. Massimino Mingori, father, R. F. D. 2, Mulberry, Ks. 

1189. . 

1190. Fred Minns, father, McPherson, Ks. 

1191. Mrs. Augusta Mischefsky, mother, 420 Cheyenne St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

1192. Joseph Mitchell, father, Croweburg, Ks. 

1193. Mrs. Susan C. Mitchell, mother, Binghamton, Tenn. 

1194. Mrs. E. P. Boldwin, mother, Beloit, Ks. 

1195. . 

1196. . 

1197. Frank Mitschler, father, Marysville, Ks. 

1198. Mrs. Grace H. Moles, wife, 1100 Oregon St., Hiawatha, Ks. 

1199. Eckerd L. Kleppe, brother-in-law, Troy, Ks. 



150 



Adjutant General's Department. 



1200. Edward L. Mollenhour, father, Chetopa, Ks. 

1201. Mrs. Mary Sims, sister, Wagstaff, Ks. 

1202. Mrs. Mai-y A. Monroe, mother, Woodston, Ks. 

1203. Charles M. Monroe, father, R. P. D. 1, Enterprise, Ks. 

1204. Olney Monroe, father, R. P. D. 3, Waverly, Ks. 

1205. T. P. Montgomery, father, Mankato, Ks. 

1206. Mrs. Christina Bush, mother, box 220, Wilson, Ks. 

1207. Mrs. Julia Montgomery, mother, Galena, Ks. 

1208. Richard J. Montgomery, father, Montrose, Ks. 

1209. James D. Mooney, father, R. P. D. 9, Blue Mound. Ks. 

1210. James W. Moore, father, Leavenworth, Ks. 

1211. Mrs. Sarah Moore, mother, care Roekhurst ranch, Sheridan, Cal. 

1212. Mrs. Ruth Moore, wife, Stromsburg, Xeb. 

1213. Mrs. Nettie L. Moore, mother, Wa Keeney, Ks. 

1214. Mrs. Hilda B. Moore, wife, 713 W. 8th St., Pittsburg, Ks. 
121.5. Mrs. Winnie Moore, wife. R. F. D. box 83, Winfield, Ks. 

1216. William H. Moore, father, Allen, Ks. 

1217. John P. More, father, Ionia. Ks. 

1218. Maria Moreland, mother, Alida, Ks. 

1219. Mrs. Delia Morford, mother, Galena, Ks. 

1220. Mrs. Alice S. Morris, mother. Garnett, Ks. 

1221. William A. Morris, father. 934 Haskell Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 
^ 1222. B. P. Morris, father, Wakita, Okla. 

' 1223. Ford Morris, father, R. F. D. 6, Minneapolis. Ks. 

1224. Ford Morris, father, R. F. D. 6, Minneapolis, Ks. 

1225. John W. Morris, father, R. F. D. 2, St. Paul. Ks. 

1226. Elmer Morris. R. F. D. 6. Garnett, Ks. 

1227. Mrs. Helen Sacra, sister, 122Vs N. 5th St., Quincy, 111. 

1228. Mrs. Daisy Morrison, mother, 515 South St., Tola, Ks. 

1229. Mrs. Sadie Wynott, aunt, 2141^ S. Campbell St., Springfield, Mo. 

1230. John G. Morton, father, R. P. D. 1, Tamp, Ks. 

1231. Hugh Mosher, brother, Havana, Ks. 

1232. Mrs. George R. Mosher. mother, 202 Mill St., Xeodesha, Ks. 
M233. Robert W. Moss, father. Medicine Lodge, Ks. 

1234. E. H. Mountain, father. .\da. Ks. 

1235. Mrs. Mary A. Moyer, mother, Centralia, Ks. 

1236. Mrs. Albert Smith, sister. Colony, Ks. 

1237. William Mueller, father, R. F. D. 1, Vesper, Ks. 

1238. Mrs. Sara Mulligan, mother, 418 Cedar St., Topeka, Ks. 

1239. Mrs. Florence Mullins, mother, R. P. D. 3, Osawatomie, Ks. 

1240. Martin A. Mumma, fahter, Garnett, Ks. 

1241. Charles E. Munday, father. Stark, Ks. 

1242. John I. Munkers, brother, 839 State Ave., Kansas City. Ks. 

1243. Daniel E. Murdock, father, R. F. D. 1, Kenneth, Ks. 

1244. Mrs. James Murphy, mother, 345 Pennsylvania Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

1245. Mrs. James P. Murphy, mother, 7 Raymond Ave., Rockville Center, N. Y. 

1246. Mrs. Laura Huckins, mother, Horton, Ks. 

1247. Mrs. Margaret Musser, mother, El Dorado Springs, Mo. 

1248. Albert J. Myer, father. Soldier, Ks. 

1249. William P. Myers, father, R. F. D. 1, Bendena, Ks. 

1250. George Myrick, father, Salina, Ks. 

1251. Mrs. R. G. Xantz, mother, Chanute, Ks. 

1252. Mrs. Anna Xation, mother, 14 ^^ N. National, Fort Scott, Ks. 

1253. Mr. Albert Neuer, father, R. F. D. 2, Selden, Ks. 

1254. Mrs. Ella M. Dingman, mother, 541 E. 25th St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

1255. Mrs. Ellen Xeely, mother, Gridley, Ks. 

1256. Mrs. Christie Xelson, wife. Bennington, Ks. 

1257. Otto M. Buck, friend, R. P. D. 1, Larned, Ks. 

1258. Mrs. Emma Olson, mother, box 28, Kismet, Ks. 

1259. John Xemrava, brother, R. P. D. 2, Holyrood, Ks. 

1260. Mrs. Anna M. Xesbitt, wife, 644 Barnetl Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 151 

1261. Mrs. John Nester, mother, 502 Walnut St., Mary.sville, Ks. 

1262. Mrs. Lusetta Brown, mother, Burrton, Ks. 

1263. W. H. Nevill, father, R. F. D. 4, Lebanon, Ks. 

1264. Thomas New, R. F. D. 2, Mound City, Ks. 

1265. Mrs. Mattie Taylor, mother, 611 B Ave., Hutchinson. Ks. 

1266. Charles Augusta Newcomb, father, Foosland, 111. 

1267. Calvin L. Newcomer, father, R. F. D. 2, Russell, Ks. 

1268. Earl Newland, brother, Burlington, Ks. 

1269. Robert Newlee, father, Clements, Ks. 

1270. William Schuessler, friend, general delivery, Newkirk, Okla. 

1271. Thomas B. Newton, father 15 N. Minnie Ave., Rosedale, Ks. 

1272. James T. Newton, father, Hutchinson, Ks. 

1273. Edward Nicholas, father, Havensville, Ks. 

1274. Mrs. Ester Nicholas, mother, Tullahoma, Tenn. 

1275. Bert E. Nichols, father, R. F. D. 2, Fowler, Ks. 

1276. Tom G. Nichols, brother, Edina, Mo. 

1277. Mrs. Lucy Nielander, mother, 370 Parallel St., Atchison, Ks. 

1278. Anthony Nieman, brother, R. F. D. 4, Selden, Ks. 

1279. Mrs. Barbara E. Nixon, mother, general delivery. Medicine Lodge, Ks. 

1280. Dr. C. R. Pegg, grandfather, Bird City, Ks. 

1281. Mrs. Lulu Noel, mother. Dearborn, Mo. 

1282. Mrs. Will Fenner, sister, Provident City, Te.xas. 

1283. Bert E. Norris, father, R. F. D. 1, South Haven, Ks. 

1284. Mrs. Anna W. Norris, mother, 301 E. 12th St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

1285. Thomas Norris, father, R. F. D. 1, Erie, Ks. 

1286. — . 

1287. William North, father, 1917 W. 32d Ave.. Denver, Colo. 

1288. John W. Nowers. father, 224 Woodlawn Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

1289. Mrs. Mary J. Nuce, mother, 406 Vine St.. Dodge City, Ks. 

1290. Mrs. Minnie Nutz, mother, 224 Lowman St., Fort Scott, Ks. 

1291. Victor M. Oakleaf, father, Cherryvale, Ks. 

1292. Axel Oberg, father, R. F. D. 1, Hutchinson, Ks. 

1293. Mrs. Ollie Ogier, wife, R. F. D. 1, Menlo, Ks. 

1294. John Ohmes, father, Greeley, Ks. 

1295. Mrs. Olive Oliver, mother, Attica, Ks. 

1296. Henry Oliver, father, R. R. 3, Cedar Vale, Ks. 

1297. Mrs. Ella Olson, mother, 413 W. 3d St., Topeka, Ks. 

1298. Mrs. Betty Olson, mother, Assaria, Ks. 

1299. Mrs. Clara L. Olson, mother, R. F. D. 4, McPherson, Ks. 

1300. Miss Bertha A. Moore, friend, Olsburg, Ks. 

1301. Mrs. M. Orcutt. mother. 350 S. 18th St.. Kansas City, Ks. 

1302. F. A. Orr, brother. Independence, Mo. 

1303. George Osner, father, Kingman, Ks. 

1304. Mrs. Martha R. Otis, wife. 1146 Ohio St., Lawrence, Ks. 

1305. John Owen, father, Winchester, Ks. 

1306. Mrs. Abbie Owens, mother, 2554 Alden St., Kansas City, Ks. 

1307. Mrs. Rosa L. Palmer, mother, R. 1, Meriden, Ks. 

1308. Mrs. Julia L. Palmer, wife, R. F. D. 1, Bern, Ks. 

1309. Mrs. Palle Palmer, mother. National Military Home, Leavenworth, Ks. 

1310. Thomas E. Park, father, general delivery, Farlington, Ks. 

1311. John M. Park, father, Clements, Ks. 

1312. George Parke, father, Furley, Ks. 

1313. . 

1314. . 

1315. George W. Parks, father, 116 Joplin St., Galena, Ks. 

1316. William Parks, father, R. F. D. 1, Cedar Point, Ks. 

1317. Robert W. Parks, father, 1934 N. Wichita St., Wichita, Ks. 

1318. S. W. Parks, father, 2050 Buchanan St., Topeka, Ks. 

1319. . 



1320. Charles Parsons, father. R. F. D. 2, Barnard, Ks. 

1321. Mrs. Lucy C. Partridge, mother, La Cygne, Ks. 



152 Adjutant General's Department. 

1322. Mrs. Eva Lessenden, mother, Osawatomie, Ks. 

1323. Earl Petterson, Fisher, Ks. 

1324. G. L. Paulson, Atwood, Ks. 

1325. Henry W. Paustian, father, 639 Blunt St., Clay Center, Ks. 

1326. Mrs. Rilla Pavey. mother, 324 A.shland St., Topeka, Ks. 

1327. F. F. Pawling, father, 1217 Scott Ave., Port Scott, Ks. 

1328. Ada Spencer, sister, 1710 Benton Boulevard. Kansas City, Mo. 

1329. Frank M. Pearson, father, 1114 S. 24th St., Parsons, Ks. 

1330. Mrs. D. Pearson, mother, Cullison, Ks. 

1331. Mrs. Ollie Pearson, aunt, 615 N. Juliette. Manhattiin, Ks. 

1332. . 

1333. Artie Peffley, father, 719 South Star, El Dorado. Ks. 

1334. John H. Perkins, father. Oil Hill, Ks. 

1335. Miss Lu(Nille Perkins, daughter, 410 E. Madison Ave.. Casey, III. 

1336. Mrs. Mary Perry, mother. El Dorado, Ks. 

1337. Frank F. Vibbers, uncle, R. 2, Kensington, Ks. 

1338. Charles Persinger, father. Canton, Ks. 

1339. Frank Petermell, Franklin, Ks. 

1340. Mrs. Ida Peters, mother, R. F. D. 3, Leavenworth, Ks. 

1341. Mrs. Anna Peters, wife, R. F. D. 3, Valley Falls. Ks. 

1342. Mrs. Helen Petersen, mother, 942 Gilmore Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

1343. Mrs. Mary Peterson, mother, R. F. D. 2, Everest. Ks. 

1344. Mrs. Caroline Peterson, mother, general delivery, McPherson, Ks. 

1346. Phillip Pfannenstiel, father. Sterling, Colo. 

1347. F. D. Phelan, father, Scranton, Ks. 

1348. Frank Phillips, father, box 174, Jetraore, Ks. 

1349. Mrs. L. H. Hodgson, friend, 323 East St., Emporia, Ks. 

1350. Mrs. Margaret Pate, mother, R. F. D. 6, Burlington, Ks. 

1351. Frank M. Phillips, father, White Water, Ks. 

1352. James M. Phipps, father, McDonald, Ks. 

1353. . 

1354. J. T. Pickens, fatlier. 746 Rhode Island St., Lawrence. Ks. 

1355. Hugh W. Pickett, father, R. F. D. 4, Prague, Okla. 

1356. Henry Y. B. Pickering, father, general delivery. Junction City, Ks. 

1357. Mrs. Emma M. Piehler, wife, Alden, Ks. 

1358. Stephen T. Pientka, father, Tampa, Ks. 

1359. . 

1360. Joseph C. Pierce, father, Pleasanton, Ks. 

1361. . 

1362. Oliver P. Pierce, father, R. F. D. 2, Burden, Ks. 

1363. Thomas A. Hagan, grandfather, R. F. D. 3, Geuda Springs, Ks. 

1364. J. F. Pilsher, father, Glasco, Ks. 

1365. Mrs. Elsie H. Pine, wife, Spearville, Ks. 

1366. Mrs. Carolina Pinkall, mother, Lindsborg, Ks. 

1367. David Pittman, father. 207 S. E. 5th St., Xewton, Ks. 

1368. . 

1369. Mrs. Irene Plummer, wife, De Soto, Ks. 

1370. Mrs. Amanda Plummer, wife. Kalvesta (via Garden City), Ks. 

1371. . 

1372. Mrs. Emma Yeneka, mother, Leavenworth, Ks. 

1373. Jess Dean, brother-in-law, McDonald, Ks. 

1374. Robert L. Pollock, father. Sterling, Ks. 
13 75. Roy A. Popham, father, Minneapolis, Ks. 

1376. John Poppendorfer, father, Luray, Ks. 

1377. Mrs. Rosa Porter, mother, Kingman, Ks. 

1378. . 

1379. Mrs. Alice Pottenger, mother, R. F. D. 3, Burlingame, Ks. 

1380. Mrs. Lillian Potter, wife, 614 S. 5th St., Atchison, Ks. 

1381. Mrs. David Potter, mother, 1018 Commercial St., Emporia, Ks. 

1382. Mrs. Oma Piather, mother, R. F. D. 1, Leon, Ks. 

1383. George H. Pratt, father, Studley, Ks. 



Ka7isas Casualties in the World War. 153 

1384. Mrs. Sarah E. Pratt, mother, 132 E. 12th Ave., Emporia, Ks. 

1385. James Preble, father, R. R. 1, Agenda, Ks. 

1386. Albert H. Press, father, Cuba, Ks. 

1387. David Price, father, R. F. D. 2, Galesburg, Ks. 

1388. Joseph L. Price, father, Caiiey, Ks. 
1389. . 

1390. . 

1391. D. G. Priestley, father, Cherokee, Ks. 

1392. William M. Proctor, father. R. F. D. 1, Havensville, Ks. 

1393. Artley R. Piirton, father, Minneapolis, Ks. , 

1394. Mrs. P. Wensler, mother, 21.5 E. 2d St., Junction City, Ks. 

1395. Mrs. Mary Pyne, mother, 500 Van Burcn St., Topeka, Ks. 

1396. W. R. Raber, father, Powhattan, Ks. 

1397. Mrs. Emily Rabideaii, mother, Ben Allen, Ks. 
1397 lA. Robert L. Raber, father, R. F. D. Piedmont, Ks. 

1398. Jackson L. Rader, father, Howard, Ks. 

1399. Lowrey Moore, brother, Oakley, Ks. 

1400. James P. Rafter, father, 713 N. 1st St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

1401. Mrs. Minnie Raible, mother, Overbrook, Ks. 

1402. Michael Raile, father, St. Francis, Ks. 

1403. . 

1404. D. A. Ramsey, father, 015 Ellinwood St., Osage City, Ks. 

1405. Mrs. Scott Elliot, mother. Lyndon, Ks. 

1406. Mrs. Ada Randel, R. F. D. 1, Cedar Vale, Ks. 

1407. August R. Rasmussen, father, R. P. D. 2, Scandia, Ks. 

1408. Andrew Rathgeber, father, R. F. D. 1, Kiowa, Ks. 

1409. Ed Rawlings, brother, R. F. D. 8, Beloit, Ks. 

1410. Fred L. Raymond, 1111 Rural St., Emporia, Ks. 

1411. Mrs. Martha Raymond, wife, Hillsboro, Ks. 

1412. Mrs. Alice Sweeten, mother, R. F. D. 2, Galena, Ks. 

1413. Matt Reeh, father, Beardsley, Ks. 

1414. Mrs. Caroline Reetz, mother, R. P. D. 2, Augusta, Ks. 

1415. A. Reeves, father, Medicine Lodge, Ks. 

1416. John Reichenberger, father, R. F. D. 1, Mount Hope, Ks. 

1417. Jacob Reichert, father, R. F. D. 4, St. Francis, Ks. 

1418. Henry J. Reid, father. Pence, Ks. 

1419. Mrs. H. D. Reid, mother, 1331 Colorado Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

1420. Sebastian Reil, father, Wathena, Ks. 

1421. Henry Reilly, Brookville, Ks. 

1422. Fred E. Remick, father, R. P. D. 3, Osborne, Ks. 

1423. John Rengstorf, father, R. F. D. 1, Bremen, Ks. 

1424. Mrs. Lydia Renick, grandmother. Garden City, Ks. 

1425. Joseph Rettele, father, R. F. D. 1, Seneca, Ks. 

1426. Mrs. Reynolds, Geneseo, Ks. 

1427. Mrs. Ed Rhoades, mother, 223 Indiana Ave., Neodesha, Ks. 

1428. Mrs. Mary Rhodes, mother, Croweburg, Ks. 

1429. Nathan Rice, R. F. D. 4, Louisburg, Ks. 

1430. Samuel J. Rice, father, 1172 Garfield Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

1431. Ed Rice, father, 216 E. 2d St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

1432. Mrs. Marion Rice, mother, Lebanon, Ks. 

1433. Fred Richards, father, R. F. D. 1, Galena, Ks. 

1434. Mrs. Grace Richardson, wife, R. F. D. 2, El Dorado, Ks. 

1435. Elza Richardson, father, R. F. D. 6, Parsons, Ks. 

1436. Mrs. Margaret C. Richardson, mother, R. F. D. 1, Odin, III. 

1437. . 

1438. John Riedl, father, Spearville, Ks. 

1439. Mrs. Luella Rigdon, mother. Sterling, Ks. 

1440. Mrs. Bessie Righthouse, wife, 403 West St., lola, Ks. 

1441. Mrs. Albina Turner, mother. Smith Center, Ks. 

1442. Wilford H. Riley, brother. Fort Morgan, Colo. 



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Peter Ring, father, Marysville, Ks. 



William Rinker, father, "Washita, Okla. 

Mrs. Bessie Lyman, cousin, R. F. D., box 10, Forestville, Conn. 

Mrs. Minnie W. Ritter, mother, Eminence, Ks. 

Albert Robards, Dawson Spring, Ky. 

Harry Robb, father, R, F. D. 22, Wakarusa, Ks. 

W. M. Robb, father, Keal, Ks. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Robbins, wife, R. F. D. 5, Lawrence, Ks. 

Mrs. Fannie Robbins, mother, R. F. D. 5, Oberlin, Ks. 

Thomas C. Roberts, father, R. F. D. 16, Tecumseh, Ks. 



Mrs. Dora M. Roberts, mother, Bucyrus, Ks. 

Mrs. Mabel Roberts, wife, box 125, Humboldt, Ks. 

Mrs. Jane Robertson, mother, R. F. D. 1, Athol, Ks. 

Jalez E. Robinson, father, Nortonville, Ks. 

Mrs. Ida M. Robinson, mother, 201 S. 1st St., lola, Ks. 

Mrs. Hazel Robinson, wife, Wakarusa, Ks. 

Mrs. Susie Robinson, wife, Moline, Ks. 

George H. Robsou, father, R. F. D. 1, Devon, Ks. 

Carl A. Rocklund, father, 1336 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, Ks. 

William Roderick, father, 1017 S. 18th St., South Bend, Ind. 

Mrs. Margaret Rodgers, wife, 435 W. 9th St., Concordia. Ks. 

William B. Roe, father, Norcatur, Ks. 

William J. Roe, father, Russell, Ks. 

A. L. Roehr, Hugoton, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary A. Rogers, mother, lola, Ks. 

Will Rogers, Xortonville, Ks. 

Noah T. Rogers, father, 410 W. 2d St., Newton, Ks. 

Alfred Teeter, stepfather, 803 Thompson Ave., St. Joseph, Mo. 



William H. Root, father, R. F. D. 5, Sabetha, Ks. 

Millard F. Rose, father, Satanta, Ks. 

Mrs. Margaret Roseberry, mother, Moundville, Mo. 

Xancy Rosenborg, 231 S. Laura Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

Louis Rosenkrantz, brother, Planter Hotel, Leavenworth. Ks. 

George W. Rouner, father, Luray, Ks. 

Aaron Rowan, father, 1714 W. Main St., Chanute, Ks. 



Mrs. Hazel K. Raymond, sistei-, 511 11th St., Columbus, Ga. 



Jaceff Rupp, father, Catherine, Ks. 

Doctor B. Rush, father, R. F. D. 3, Chanute, Ks. 

John R. Rush, father, Eugene, Mo. 



John K. Russell, father, Nashville, Ks. 

Mrs. Lulu M. Russell, mother, Hoxie, Ks. 

Winfield Russell, father, Chanute, Ks. 

Loren L. Russell, father. Soldier, Ks. 

Mrs. Samuel Russell, mother, Merriam, Ks. 

Claude Ryan, father, 285 S. Freemont St., Kansas City, Ks. 

Anton Sack, father. Hays, Ks. 

Mrs. A. B. Osboru. mother, 1708 N. Smelter St., Pittsburg, Ks. 

Mts. H. Sample, Demar, Ks. 

Mrs. Alice Sanders, mother, 1343 Haskee Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

Ray E. Sanders, father, 217 W. 11th St., Junction City, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary Sanders, mother, Newkirk, Okla. 



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Mrs. Etta Sandhagen, mother, Haven Ks. 
Mrs. Lillian Sandifer, wife, Pittsburg, Ks. 



John W. Santee, fatlier, R. F. D. 2, Williamsburg, Ks. 

Mrs. Louise Carpenter, mother, Neodesha, Ks. 

Mrs. Flora Saunders, mother, 232 W. 5th St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

Frank Saunders, father, Ada, Ks. 

Mrs. Minnie Sauzek, mother, R. F. D. 1, box 64, M'ichita, Ks. 

Mrs. Louise E. Savage, mother, R. F. D. 1, Newton, Ks. 

C. A. Sa^vjer, father, Drury, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary J. Scales, mother, Gridley, Ks. 

Mrs. Virda Schaich, mother, Talmage, Ks. 

Fritz Schaplowski, father, R. P. D. 3, Halstead, Ks. 

John R. Seharpf, father, R. F. D. 3, Dorance, Ks. 

George R. Schauer, father, R. F. D. 5, Phillipsburg, Ks. 

Mrs. Lola Schesser, wife, R. F. D. 2, Prairie View, Ks. 

Mrs. William Scheufler, wife, R. F. D. 3, Hoisington, Ks. 

Mrs. Ethel Schippel, wife, 503 E. Walnut St., Salina, Ks. 

Fred G. Schlodder, father, R. F. D. 2, Howard, Ks. 

Reinhart Schmidt, father, Lucas, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary Schnable, mother, Clayton, Ks. 

George Schneider, father, R. F. D., Birchtree, Mo. 

George Schneikart, father, 81 N. Mill St., Kansas City, Ks. 

Mrs. Bertha A. Schooley, mother, R. F. D. 4, Pittsburg, Ks. 

Peter O. Showalter, father, Moundridge, Ks. 

Henry Schrader, father, 733 First Ave. East, Hutchinson, Ks. 

Mrs. Minnie Schrader, mother, Ellsworth, Ks. 

Mrs. Helen Schroeder, mother, R. P. D. 1, box 16, Baxter Springs, Ks. 

Gus D. Schroeder, brother, 300 E. 10th St., Newton, Ks. 

Henry Schultz, father, R. F. D. 4, box 6, Hanover, Ks. . 

John Schurter, father, Lamont, Ks. 

August Schwandt, father, 516 Dakota St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

Mrs. Louise Mann, sister, Iowa Point, Ks. 

Gus Schweighofer, father, 209 West Wea St., Paola, Ks. 

Mrs. Marj' Schwinn, mother. Weir, Ks. 

Thomas A. Scott, father, R. F. D. 2, Bellaire, Ks. 

Matthew M. Scott, father, Studley, Ks. 

William R. Scott, father, R. F. D. 1, Hutchinson, Ks. 

Sam T. Scott, father, Gove, Ks. 

Fred A. Ruth, stepfather, box 50, Cunningham, Ks. 



Edwin Scrivens, father, Perth, Ks. 

Mrs. Emma Seroggins, mother, Hill City, Ks. 

Porter Seacat. father, Star Route, Ashland, Ks. 

Mrs. Emma Seal, mother, 415 S. Main St., Wichita, Ks. 

Walter Wooten, uncle, Alta Vista, Ks. 



Mrs. Victoria Seichepine, mother, R. F. D. 1. Piper, Ks. 

Ed. Wurst, stepfather. Hunter, Ks. 

Mrs. B. H. Selfridge, wif?, lock box 47, Sterling, Ks. 

Mrs. Ruby Sellards, wife, Burlingame, Ks. 

Cyrus Sester, father, Wamego, Ks. 

W. E. Setser, father, R. F. D. 4, box 18, Wakefield, Ks. 



Mrs. Alice Dean Sexon, mother, Norris City, 111. 

Mrs. Bird W. Seymour, mother, Rantoul, Ks. 

James O. Seymour, sr., father, general delivery, Rantoul, Ks. 

Mrs. Opal Shafer, wife, 330 W. 2d St., Cherryvale, Ks. 



156 Adjutant General's Department. 

1563. William Shannon, father, general delivery, Mapleton, Ks. 

1564. "William N. Sharp, father, general delivery, Sterling, Ks. 

1565. Mrs. Lydia M. Sharp, mother, 314 Walnut St., Osawatomie, Ks. 

1566. Mrs. Belle C. Sharp, 1212 Lafayette St., Wichita, Ks. 

1567. Mrs. Harriett Shaw, wife, Pratt, Ks. 

1568. Frank Shaw, father, Greenleaf, Ks. 

1569. Mrs. Bernice Jaques, sister, Crescent Apts., Topeka Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

1570. Mrs. Evelyn Shaw, 642 Madison St., Chicago, 111. 

1571. Stephen Sheedy, father, 545 Reynolds Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

1572. Mrs. Jennie Sheern, mother, Garnett, Ks. 

1573. Frank M. Shepard, father, 1220 Kenton St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

1574. Mrs. Rachel Shepard, mother, Deerfield, Ks. 

1575. Mrs. Lena Shetley, wife, Hatfield, Ark. 

1576. Mrs. Anna Kneen, mother, Andreas, Isle of Man, England. 

1577. Mrs. Ella M. Shipley, mother, Rossville, Ks. 

1578. Alonzo L. Shirkey, father, Frankfort, Ks. 

1579. Mrs. Arra Shoemaker, mother, Moran, Ks. 

1580. Grandville Shoemaker, father, R. F. D. 3, Glen Elder, Ks. 

1581. George Shook, father, R. F. D. 5, Lebanon, Ks. 

1582. William H. Shook, father, 415 S. 3d St., Abilene, Ks. 

1583. Mrs. Margaret E. Shook, mother, 415 S. 3d St., Abilene. Ks. 

1584. John T. Short, father, 301 S. A St., Herington, Ks. 

1585. Mrs. Laura Showalter, mother, R. F. D. 8, Wichita, Ks. 

1586. Mrs. Bess Shower, wife, Carnegie, Okla. 

1587. Mrs. Mary Shultz, mother, Williamsburg, Ks. 

1588. Cyrus Shy, father, Angola, Ks. 

1589. F. M. Sidener, Burns, Ks. 

1590. George Siebenthaler, Merriam, Ks. 

1591. Mrs. L. M. Sill, mother, Madison, Ks. 

1592. Jemina Simmons, mother, R. F. D. 2, Carbondale, Ks. 

1593. Charles M. Simmons, father, 2521 Chessney, Kansas City, Ks. 

1594. Nick Simon, father, 148 Arter Ave., Oakland. Ks. 

1595. Frank W. Simpson, father. Soldier, Ks. 

1596. . 

1597. Joseph B. Sims, father, Stafford, Ks. 

1598. Henry Singleman, father, 3940 Fisher Ave., Rosedale, Ks. 

1599. Isreal Sipes, father, R. F. D. 1, Pittsburg, Ks. 

1600. George W. Ferguson, grandfather, Courtland, Ks. 

1601. . 

1602. Gus F. Skaer, father, 1049 State St., Augusta, Ks. 

1603. Clint H. Skaggs, father, Sharon, Ks. 

1604. Mrs. M. B. Skaggs, Kansas City, Mo. 

1605. Frederick A. Skelton, brother. Coffee Creek, Mont. 

1606. Patrick H. Skenyon, father. Little Rock, Ark. 

1607. . 

1608. . 



1609. Roy Slick, brother, Phillipsburg, Ks. 

1610. John William Sloan, uncle, 908 Kansas Ave., Great Bend. Ks. 

1611. Mrs. Cora D. Sloan, mother, Attica, Ind. 

1612. August Slomski, father, general delivery, Tongano.xie, Ks. 

1613. Ralph B. Smart, father. R. F. D. 2, Mulvane, Ks. 

1614. Mrs. Mamie Smelly, wife, Randolph, Ala. 

1615. Mrs. Ella C. Smith, mother, Burdick, Ks. 

1616. William Smith, father, Valley Center, Ks. 

1617. George F. Smith, father, Cawker City, Ks. 

1618. Charles W. Smith, father, box 386, Downs, Ks. 

1619. J. J. Smith, Kingfisher, Okla. 

1620. Isaac Cotton, uncle, Willard, Ks. 

1621. Mrs. Hanah Smith, mother. Weir, Ks. 

1622. Mrs. Kate Smith, mother, Montrose, Mo. 

1623. Mrs. Ida Gertrude Smith, mother, 419 S. Jefferson St., lola, Ks. 



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H. J. Smith, father, Seymour, Mo. 

Mrs. Nannie M. Smith, mother, 510 N. 11th St., 'Fredonia, Ks. 

Erastus M. Smith, father, Hartford, Ks. 

Mrs. Rachel M. Smith, wife, Baxter Springs, Ks. 

Peter D. Smith, father. Rock, Ks. 

Valentien A. Smith, father, Cawker City, Ks. 

Mrs. George A. Smith, mother, Bogue, Ks. 

Ellsworth O. Smith, father, R. F. D. 3, Mulvane, Ks. 

William Smith, father. Admire, Ks. 

Mrs. Emma L. Smith, Colby, Ks. 

Mrs. Susie Smith, mother, 412 Oak St., Ottawa, Ks. 

Fred Smith, father, Fall Leaf, Ks., mail from Leavenworth, Ks. 

William Smith, father, Prairie View, Ks. 

Mrs. Sadie O. Smith, mother, 808 E. 12th St., Topeka, Ks. 

Mrs. Anna Smith, mother, 2008 S. 10th St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

George T. Srnith, father, Marysville, Ks. 

Mrs. Leta Smith, mother, 938 N. 7th St., Salina, Ks. 

William J. Smith, father. Gross, Ks. 

W. G. Smith, 315 N. McCabe St., Winfield, Ks. 

James M. Smyth, father. Eureka, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary L. Snell. mother, 1105 N. Jefferson St., Junction City, Ks. 

Parker E. Snow, father, Agra, Ks. 

Mrs. Alice Snyder, mother, 1705 Gold St., Wichita, Ks. 

James G. Snyder, brother R. F. D. 1, Memphis, Mo. 



John Sommerla, father, R. F. D. 2, box 66, Leavenworth, Ks. 



Mrs. Ida E. Sparling, mother, general delivery, Oneida, Ks. 

Morris A. Frazier, brother-lin-law, R. F. D. 4, New Cambria, Ks. 

Mrs. Josie Masquat, sister, Horton, Ks. 

Andrew Speer, father, general delivery, Muscotah, Ks. 

Mrs. Margaret Spillane, wife, 229 W. 9th St., Junction City, Ks. 



Mrs. Gertrude Spoonmore, mother, Townsend, Mont. 

Mrs. Rose R. Spotts, mother, R. F. D. 16, Tecumseh, Ks. 

Mrs. Sarah A. Sprankle, mother, R. P. D. 9, Wichita, Ks. 

Mrs. Luce Springer, mother, Coflfeyville, Ks. 

Hosea Springer, father, Woodburn, Ore. 

Emery Squires, father, Rosalia, Ks. 

Fred H. Staatz, father, R. F. D. 4, Chapman, Ks. 



Mrs. Charlie Stanley, mother, Holton, Ks. 

J. W. Stanley, Gardner, Ks. 

Gaylord Stanton, father, R. F. D. 2, Wa Keeney, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary Starks, mother, 625 W. Allen St., Clinton, Mo. 

Mrs. Mary Starr, mother, Vermillion, Ks. 

Mrs. George Startz, father, R. F. D. 2, Liberty, Ks. 

James Stauffer, father, Hepler, Ks. 

Jacob F. Stauffer, father, New Cambria, Ks. 



John Steffen, father, Newton, Ks. 

Ralph Pitto, uncle, Atchison, Ks. 

J. W. Dahlhammer, friend, Manchester, Ks. 

Edwin P. Stephens, father, 1705 N. Lawrence St., Wichita, Ks. 

T. R. Stephenson, father, general delivery, Argonia, Ks. 

Mrs. Mina Stephenson, mother, St. Francis, Ks. 

J. S. Sterling, father, Franklin, Mo. 

Mrs. Mary C. McCrum, mother, 2708 E. 27th St., Kansas City, Mo. 



158 Adjutant General's Department. 

1684. Thomas W. Stevenson, father, general delivery, Richmond, Ks 

1685. Mrs. Mary Stewart, mother, R. F. D. 1, Tipton, Ks. 

1686. Richard Morgan Stewart, father, R. F. D. 1, Bartlett, Ks. 

1687. Mrs. Georgia Stewart, mother, R. F. D. A, Elkhart, Ks. 

1688. Mrs. Carrie Stewart, 2055 N. Market St., Wichita, Ks. 

1689. Peter H. Stilley, father, 607 E. Main St., Beloit, Ks. 

1690. Mrs. Dora Stillman. mother, Nortonville, Ks. 

1691. Asa S. Pierce, uncle, R. F. D. 1, box 20, Bison, Ks. 

1692. Edward Stine, brother, 1706 E. 1st St., Wichita, Ks. 

1693. Mrs. Laura R. Stipp, mother, Urbana, Ks. 

1694. Mrs. Nettie Stites. mother, Geneseo, Ks. 

1695. Frank Stittsworth. father. Shields, Ks. 

1696. William M. Stockwell. father, Stafford, Ks. 

1697. Mrs. Mattie Stofer, Waverly, Ohio. 

1698. Albert Stonebraker. father, Circleville, Ks. 

1699. J. M. Storer, father, Alton, Ks. 

1700. "Mrs. Neely Storey, mother, 608 Andrick St., Fort Scott, Ks. 

1701. Isaia Stotts, father, R. F. D. 1, Mulberry, Ks. 

1702. Albert Stout, brother, Horton, Ks. 

1703. William H. Stouts, father. Greensburg, Ks. 

1704. Mrs. Mable Thompson, sister, Independence, Ks. 

1705. Frederick Strasser, father, general delivery. Hiattville, Ks. 

1706. Otto Strauss, father, R. F. D. 5, Junction City, Ks. 

1707. Joseph Strickland, father, R. F. D. 4, Oswego, Ks. 

1708. J. L. Stuckey, father, R. F. D. 6, MePherson, Ks. 

1709. Jacob Stull. father. Brownell, Ks. 

1710. Thomas Stumpflf. father. R. F. D. 2, Merriam, Ks. 

1711. Michael Stumps, sr.. Bushton, Ks. 

1712. Conrad Stunz, father, 803 E. 6th St., Cherryvale, Ks. 

1713. Elija T. Sturgis, Herington, Ks. 

1714. Peter Sturm, father, general delivery, St. Francis, Ks. 

1715. Mrs. Ruth A. Stutes, mother, R. F. D. 4, Burlington, Ks. 

1716. George Stutes, father, 624 Franklin Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

1717. Fred Sueltz, father, Dearing, Ks. 

1718. . 

1719. John Summers, father, 419 Chandler, Topeka, Ks. 

1720. William Frank Super, father, R. R. D. 1, Penokee. Ks. 

1721. Adam Suppes. father, McCracken, Ks. 

1722. . 



1723. Charles E. Sutherland, father, 1411 Harrison St., Topeka, Ks. 

1724. Mrs. Armento Muuzie, mother, 231 North Front St., Salina, Ks. 

1725. John Sutton, father, Cawker City, Ks. 

1726. John Swan, father, R. F. D. 1, Jamestown, Ks. 

1727. Hamilton Swan, father, R. P. D. 1, Topeka, Ks. 

1728. Mrs. Loia Swart, mother, general delivery, Newberg, Ore. 

1729. Mrs. Mary A. Swai-tz, mother, R. F. D. 3, Arcadia, Ks. 

1730. Mrs. Emilia Swiderski, mother, R. F. D. 2, Leavenworth, Ks. 

1731. Mrs. Katy Switala, mother, 241 S. Mill St., Kansas City, Ks. 

1732. Mrs. Mollie Fischer, mother, R. F. D. 1, bo.\ 168, Joplin, Mo. 

1733. William Tacker. father, Macksville, Ks. 

1734. Fred Tagler. father, R. F. D. 1, Enterprise, Ks. 

1735. Mrs. Ethel Talbott, wife, 4119 Oak St., Kansas City. Mo. 

1736. Miss Clara Tapsee, s-ister, Mayetta, Ks. 

1737. Mrs. Emma M. Tate, mother, R. F. D. 2, Cummings, Ks. 

1738. Mrs. Luella M. Schwerdieger, mother, Belleville, Ks. 

1739. Jacob W. Taves, father, Coy, Okla. 

1740. Ira Huddleston, uncle. Homewood, Ks. 

1741. Mrs. Emma Taylor, mother, Norton, Ks. 

1742. Mrs. Allie Taylor, wife. Gem, Ks. 

1743. Mrs. Sarah Taylor, mother, Seneca, Ks. 

1744. Mrs. James F. Bell, sister, Greenleaf, Ks. 



Kansas Casualties in the World War. 159 

1745. Mrs. Arlet A. Taylor, mother, 715 E. Sherman St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

1746. Mrs. Ellen Taylor, mother, Cottonwood Falls, Ks. 

1747. Charles Taylor, father, R. F. D. 3, Wamego, Ks. 

1748. . 



1749. August Thieme, father, Goflf, Ks. 

1750. John L. Thiessen, father, R. F. D. 2, Buhler, Ks. 

1751. Mrs. Eva Thomas, wife, 806 S. 19th St., Independence, Ks. 

1752. Mrs. Dora Thomas, wife, 611 N. Meade Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

1753. Mrs. Alice Thompson, motlier, 1442 Washington St., Topeka, Ks. 

1754. . 



1755. Moses Thompson, father, Summertield, Ks. 

1756. Mrs. Janie Thompson, mother, Englewood, Ks. 

1757. Mrs. Lizzie Davis, mother, 204 N. Hill St., Fort Scott, Ks. 

1758. Mrs. C. W. Thompson, mother, Hallowell, Ks. 

1759. Mrs. Mary B. Thompson, mother, 19th and Ottawa Sts., Leavenworth, Ks. 

1760. Mrs. Mary Thompson, mother, R. F. D. 1, Dellvale, Ks. 

1761. John G. Tliorn, father, R. F. D. 1, Altoona, Ks. 

1762. Dave W. Throckmorton, brother, Troy, Ks. 

1763. Silas Thurlow, father, R. F. D. 2, Winfleld, Ks. 

1764. Mrs. Ketura Thurman, mother, 941 Alabama Ave., Lawrence, Ks. 

1765. M. H. Tidball, father, Collyer, Ks. 

1766. Mrs. Alice Tindall, mother, Ballinger, Texas. 

1767. S. N. Tipton, Westphalia, Ks. 

1768. William W. Tisdale, father, Russell, Ks. 

1769. Mrs. Mary Titolski, mother, S. 4th St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

1770. Mrs. Mary Titolski, mother, S. 4th St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

1771. Mrs. Emma Tolley, wife, 205 E. 16th St., Junction City, Ks. 

1772. Thomas J. Tompkins, father, Beloit, Ks. 

1773. Mrs. Ha Woods, sister. 1009 N. Johnson St., Charlotte, N. Carolina. 

1774. Mrs. Mary Trapp. mother, Herington, Ks. 

1775. William H. Traver, father, Peabody, Ks. 

1776. Miss Hattie Travis, sister, Victor, Ks. 

1777. Joseph Trego, sr., father, R. F. D. 1, Newton, Ks. 

1778. Mark C. Trent, father, R. F. D. 4, Erie, Ks. 

1779. Mrs. Anna Trezise, wife. Delia. Ks. 

1780. Mrs. Mittie Triessel, mother, Garden City, Ks. 

1781. A. S. Troeymel, Kingsdown, Ks. 

1782. Andrew J. Trout, brother, Lyndon, Ks. 

1783. Clinton Trout, father, De Soto, Ks. 

1784. Mrs. Florence C. Troutman, wife, 110 Walnut St., Ottawa, Ks. 

1785. Louis Trover, R. F. D. 6, Smith Center, Ks. 

1786. Mrs. Agnes Tro.xell, wife, R. F. D. 2, White Cloud, Ks. 

1787. . 

1788. . 



1789. Jesse Tucker, brother, Englewood, Ks. 

1790. Jessie M. Tucker, mother. 933 Tennessee St., Lawrence, Ks. 

1791. Blinn S. Turner, father, R. F. D. 5, Marshfield, Mo. 

1792. Mrs. Laura Turner, mother, R. F. D. 1, Columbia, Mo. 

1793. James P. Tuttle, father, Anthony, Ks. 

1794. H. R. Tweed, father, R. P. D. 1, Carlton, Ks. 

1795. Charles Tweedy, R. P. D. 10, Winfleld, Ks. 

1796. Miss Ellen Ganoung, friend, Arlington, Colo. 

1797. Lewis C. Umberger, father, R. F. D. 1, Elmdale, Ks. 

1798. A. E. Umphenour, father, Parsons, Ks. 

1799. Mrs. Amelia Ungles, mother, Arlington, Ks. 

1800. Mrs. W. M. Vaughn, mother, Columbus, Ks. 

1801. Mrs. J. E. Ure, mother. Park, Ks. 

1802. J. Wamminack, father, 304 E. 9th St., Junction City, Ks. 

1803. Mrs. Elmora VanCampen. mother, R. F. D. 3, Haven, Ks. 

1804. Mrs. Emma A. VanCleave, mother, 821 W. Sycamore St., Independence, Ks. 

1805. Mrs. Flossie G. Hall, sister. La Crosse, Ks. 



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1806. 

1807. 

1808. 

1809. 

1810. 

1811. 

1812. 

1813. 

1814. 

1815. 

1816. 

1817. 

1818. 

1819. 

1820. 

1821. 

1822. 

1823. 

1824. 

1825. 

1826. 

182/. 

1828. 

1829. 

1830. 

1831. 

1832. 

1833. 

1834. 

1835. 
1836. 
1837. 
1838. 
1839. 
1840. 
1841. 
1842. 
1843. 
1844. 
1845. 
1846. 
1847. 
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1853. 
1854. 
1855. 
1856. 
1857. 
1858. 
1859. 
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1861. 
1862. 
1863. 
1864. 
1865. 



Mrs. Dena A'andyke, mother, R. F. D. 2, Prairie View. Ks. 

Albert Vanek, father, Geneseo, Ks. 

Samuel VanMeter, father, Vona, Colo. 

Mrs. Erma M. VanTasell, wife, 430 Willow Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

Homer M. Varner, father, Moran, Ks. 

Mrs. Calvin O. Varner, mother, Great Bend, Ks. 

Mrs. Aura Verdier, mother, R. F. D. 3, Osawatomie, Ks. 

Mrs. Nellie Verhoeff, mother, Grinnell, Ks. 



Mrs. Jessie Vestal, mother, 315 X. Grove, Wichita, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary L. Vickroy, wife, 266 N. 5th St., Kansas City. Ks. 

Mrs. Sarah Vigola, mother, Osage City, Ks. 

Dr. James F. Vigor, father, Pomona, Ks. 

Mrs. Will Vigus. mother, Ozawkie, Ks. 

Mrs. Jennie Viles, mother, Muscotah, Ks. 

Mrs. Mattie M. Viola, mother, 510 N. W. 7th St., Abilene, Ks. 

Joseph Vodraska, father, Black Wolf, Ks. 

Walter C. Stephens, brother, Ruleton, Ks. 

Anton Vopata, father. R. F. D. 1, bo.\ 43, Irving, Ks. 

John Voss, father, Densmore, Ks. 

Charles Waddle, father, 109 W. 2d St., Vinton. Iowa. 

Mike Wagner, father, R. F. D. 3, Prairie View, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary J. Wagner, mother. Wilder, Ks. 

]Mrs. Emma Waite, mother, R. F. D. 1, Rantoul, Ks. 

Mrs. Belinda Wakeman, mother, Wathena, Ks. 

L. R. Walker, father, Effingham, Ks. 

Mrs. Delia Walker, mother, 122 4th Ave., Hutchinson, Ks. 

Mrs. Bessie Walker, wife, 709 Virginia Ave., Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Charles A. Walker, father. Piedmont, Ks. 

Howa D. Walker, father, 132 S. Mulberry St., Ottawa, Ks. 

C. W. Wall, R. F. D. 1, Sedan, Ks. 

Samuel Wallace, father, R. F. D. 6, Paola, Ks. 

Mrs. Francis Wallace, mother, 3048 W. Silver Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

Mrs. Ruth Walls, w-ife, 923 N. Chestnut St., lola, Ks. 

Mrs. Fannie Butts, friend, Adair Apartments, San Diego, Cal. 

Mrs. Zady Lippard, guardian, Topeka, Ks. 

Mrs. Alfred W. Walton, wife, 14th and Metropolitan Ave., Leavenworth, Ks. 

Mrs. Xannia A. Ward, mother, St. John, Ks. 

Mrs. Mary Vesser, sister, 214 E. Birch Ave., Arkansas City, Ks. 

Ely M. Warner, father, Ellsworth, Ks. 

J. B. Warren, father, Linwood, Ks. 

William Warren, father, Cheney, Ks. 

Nelson Warren, father, 1402 1st St., Winfield, Ks. 

Mrs. Laura Washburn, mother, Bonner Springs, Ks. 

Harry Watkins, brother, Chanute, Ks. 

William M. Watson, father, Floral, Ks. 

Mrs. Luella Watson, mother, R. F. D. 6, Beloit, Ks. 

Mrs. Sina Watson, mother, 220 N. Keystone St., Stafford, Ks. 

Lonnie Wa.xler, brother, Vliets, Ks. 

Mrs. Fannie Way, mother, Rock Creek, Ks. 

George W. Weast, father, Yellville, Ark. 

George W. Weaver, father, Lyons, Mo. 

John T. Weaver, father, 404 E. C St., Hutchinson, Ks. 

Mrs. Grace Weaver, wife, 918 W. 2d Ave., El Dorado, Ks. 

Mrs. Lula Weaver, mother, Brinkley, Ark. 

William R. Weaver, father, 209 E. Central Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

Mrs. Mattie England, mother, Girard, III. 

Andrew P. Wehry, father, Peabody, Ks. 

Mrs. E. A. Weible, mother, 924 Alabama, Lawrence, Ks. 

Otto Weinberg, father, Troy, Ks. 

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Kansas Casualties in the World War. 161 

1866. Malilon Weir, father, Horton, Ks. 

1867. John Weirich, father, 432 W. 2d St., Junction City, Ks. 

1868. Mrs. Catherine W. Saunders, sister, Cleveland, Ohio. 

1869. Cyrus L. Welch, father, R. F. D. 3, Cherryvale, Ks. 

1870. James W. Cox, friend, R. F. D. 3, Howard, Ks. 

1871. Mrs. Alto M. Weller, wife, McAllister, Ks. 

1872. Albert Wellnitz, father, R. F. D. 2, Emporia, Ks. 
■<873. Mrs. O. Wells, mother, 136 N. Estelle Ave., Wichita, Ks. 

1874. Willis I. Wells, father, ,^tna, Ks. 

1875. Mrs. Maude Johnson, sister, 520 Clark St., Whiting, Ind. 

1876. N. S. Welton, father, Rantoul, Ks. 
1877. . 

1878. Julius Wendlandt, father, Coffeyville, Ks. 

1879. Mrs. Lena Wendt, mother. 233 S. Keller St., Olathe, Ks. 

1880. George Carter, brother-in-law, Meriden, Ks. 

1881. Mrs. Viona V. AVest, mother, R. F. D. 1, Clever, Mo. 

1882. Mrs. Laura B. West, mother, Mildred, Ks. 

1883. Mrs. Mary E. West, mother, McCracken, Ks. 

1884. Mrs. Ruben Westling, 1637 Fillmore St., Topeka, Ks. 

1885. James G. Whalen, brother, R. P. D. 1, Great Valley, N. Y. 

1886. Thomas Wheatley, father, Bunkerhill, Ks. 

1887. Mrs. Mary M. Calentine, mother, 402 Hill St., Joplin, Mb. 

1888. Mrs. Mary J. Wheeler, mother. Eureka, Ks. 

1889. Mrs. Edna Whetstone, mother, R. F. D. 2, Cunningham, Ks. 

1890. . 

1891. Mrs. Iva Shawn, sister, R. F. D. 1, Americus, Ks. 

1892. William P. White, father, 1309 Adams St., Great Bend, Ks. 

1893. Mrs. W. S. White, mother, 608 Kickapoo St., Hiawatha, Ks. 

1894. . 

1895. John White, father, R. F. D. 1, Americus, Ks. 

1896. Mrs. Mary E. White, mother, 121 N. 5th St., Fredonia, Ks. 

1897. Mrs. Elizabeth White, mother, 322 Lawrence, St., Topeka, Ks. 

1898. Mrs. Minnie White, mother, 1317 Lincoln St., Coffeyville, Ks. 

1899. . 

1900. William E. Whitesell, father, R. P. D. 4, Newton, Ks. 
1901%. . 

1901. ■* Truesdale Whiting, father, Dighton, Ks. 

1902. Mrs. Nancy Wideman, mother, Greeley, Ks. 

1903. John Wiedmer, Madison, Ks. 

1904. Henry Wietharn, brother, R. F. D. 5, Seneca, Ks. 

1905. Earl M. Kemp, uncle, Gaylord, Ks. 

1906. Samuel G. Wikoff, father, box 119, Lyons, Ks. 
■ 1907. J. M. Wilde, father, White City, Ks. 

1908. Mrs. Sallie Wilder, mother, Macksville, Ks. 

1909. Mrs.'Ora Wilkerson, mother, 2711 Garfield, St., Kansas City, Mo. 

1910. Mrs. Fannie Willard, mother, Mound City, Ks. 

1911. Mrs. Matilda A. Williams, mother, R. F. D. 3, Tonganoxie, Ks. 

1912. Mrs. Bertha M. Williams, wife, Cherokee, Ks. 

1913. Warren F. Williams, father, Yoder, Ks. 

1914. Mrs. Mary Long, mother, R, F. D. 3, Ottawa, Ks. 

1915. Mrs. Lissa Williams, mother, R. F. D. 2, Severy, Ks. 

1916. Edward R. Williams, father, Caney, Ks. 

1917. Mrs. James R. Williams, mother, Preston, Ks. 

1918. Charles E. Willison, father, 612 Callahan St., Muskogee, Okla. 

1919. Mrs. A. P. Wilson, mother, care L. G. Purvis, Elwood, Ks. 

1920. Mrs. Sarah Gossman, mother, Preston, Ks. 

1921. Mrs. Thresa M. Wilson, wife, box 192, Oberlin, Ks. 

1922. Mrs. H. M. York, mother, 310 N. B St., Herington, Ks. 

1923. Mrs. Hazel A. Wilson, wife, 320 E. 1st St., Topeka, Ks. 

1924. B; 1 S. Wilson, father, 223 Lake St., Topeka, Ks. 

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162 Adjutant General's Department. 

1925. William P. Wilson, father, Edna, Ks. 

1926. . 

1927. Mrs. Wetha Wimmer, mother. 623 N. Sherman St., Liberal, Ks. 

1928. Ed C. Winchester, father, R. F. D. 4, Stafford, Ks. 

1929. Mrs. George L. Wingate, wife. R. F. D. 1, Ogden, Ks. 

1930. W. C. Wink, father, Oakley, Ks. 

1931. Mrs. Crissie A. Winter, mother, R. F. D. 1, Montrose, Ks. 

1932. Mrs. Laura Wise, wife, Burlingame, Ks. 

1933. Wenzel Whittman, father, R. F. D. 1, Richmond, Ks. 
1934. . 

1935. Joseph R. Wood, father, Lawrence, Ks. 

1936. William Wood, father, R. F. D. 1, Hiattville, Ks. 

1937. Henry Wood, R. F. D. 4, Girard, Ks. 

1938. Mrs. Otto B. Wood, wife, 1915 Lakin Ave., Great Bend, Ks. 

1939. Mrs. Daisy Barlow, sister, 1438 Polk St., Topeka, Ks. 

1940. Mrs. Maude Pinkerton, sister, Kingman, Ks. 

1941. George W. Work, father, R. F. D. 3, Toronto, Ks. 

1942. Mrs. Ed Worley, mother, Manhattan, Ks. 

1943. Mrs. Sadie Cassity, aunt, Fredonia, Ks. 

1944. . 

1945. Jake R. Wren, father, R. P. D. 2, Sedan, Ks. 

1946. Mrs. Elsa M. Wright, wife, Montrose, Ks. 

1947. Prince A. Wright, father, R. F. D. 1, Alexander, Ks. 

1948. Mrs. Edna Wright, wife, Achilles, Ks. 

1949. Alonzo Wright, father, Olathe, Colo. 

1950. Mrs. AUie E. Wright, mother, 1108 Greely Ave., Kansas City, Ks. 

1951. Mrs. Bessie Matoon, friend, 321 Seneca St., Leavenworth, Ks. 

1952. Mrs. Cecil Wright, wife, R. F. D., Ida, Ks. 

1953. Christopher B. Wuerfele, father, Burlington, Ks. 

1954. Robert N. Wymore, father, 115 6th Ave. N. W., Minot, N. Dak. 

1955. Mrs. Minnie Garlisch, sister, R. F. D. 3, Kingman, Ks. 

1956. Mrs. Emma Yarbrough, mother, 1221 S. Millington St., Winfleld, Ks. 

1957. George W, Yates, foster father. 323 Greenwood Ave., Topeka, Ks. 

1958. Abraham Yeamans, father. Reeds Springs, Mo. 

1959. Albert S. Yelton, father, Caldwell, Ks. 

1960. R. C. Yoder, Burr Oak, Ks. 

1961. Henry Yokem, father, R. F. D. 1, Humboldt, Ks. 

1962. John Young, father. Liberty, Mo. 

1963. Benjamin F. Young, R. F. D. 1, Rydal, Ks. 

1964. Mrs. Rachael Young, mother, Clifton, Ks. 

1965. Charles Young, father, Clifton, Ks. 

1966. Xeils C. Zachariassen. father, R. F. D. 1, Meriden, Ks. 

1967. Mrs. Amellia Zeileis, mother, P. O. bo.\ 92, St. Marys, Ks. 

1968. August Zemke, father, Blue Hill, Ks. 

1869. Charles P. Zerbe, father, R. F. D. 3, Alta Tista, Ks. 

1970. Mrs. Augusta Zerener, mother, Cheney, Ks. 

1971. Miss Otilia Zidek, sister, 1103 Elm St., Marysville, Ks. 

1972. . 

1973. Mrs. N. L. Zike, wife, Arma, Ks. 

1974. Mrs. Grace A. Zimmerman, mother, 405 Spencer St., Council Grove, Ks. 

1975. Frank Wuckowisith, brother-in-law, R. F. D. 1, Greeley, Ks. 

1976. Conrad Zwitzig, father, Russell, Ks. 



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